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The Donalds and Donald Tops

The Donalds are named after Percy Donald and his list of hills over 2000 feet in the Scottish Lowlands.

They are based on a complicated formula for determining separate hills, and originally comprised 87 hills plus a number of other named "Tops".

(Donalds appear as Class=D on this website, and Donald Tops as Class=DT).

The New Donalds

The New Donalds are an attempt to rationalize the qualifying criteria, being "hills in Central or Southern Scotland at least 2000 feet high (610m) with a drop of at least 30 metres (98 feet) all round".

All New Donalds are either a Donald or a Donald Top, but some of the Donald Tops do not qualify as New Donalds.

(New Donalds can be found by searching on Class=DN, though this does not appear in the Class column).

My Progress
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0 (0%) of 89 Donalds. [Map*]
0 (0%) of 51 Donald Tops). [Map*]
0 (0%) of 118 New Donalds). [Map*]

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Acknowledgements

Grateful acknowledgement to Percy Donald, and to the TACit Press for the New Donalds data.