Other Lists
Abbrev.List nameHeight
range
Drop
range
CountriesNotes
FFurth3000ft +WEIHills outside Scotland with height at least 3000ft and listed on a table maintained by the SMC
SySyngeELake District hills listed in The Lakeland Summits: Survey of the Fells of the Lake District National Park by Timothy Synge
FelFellrangerEHills appearing in the Lakeland Fellranger walking guides by Mark Richards
MurMurdo3000ft +30m +SScottish hills over 3000 feet high with a drop of at least 30m on all sides (now superseded by the Simms along with Corbett Tops and Graham Tops)
CTCorbett Top2500-2999ft30m +SScottish hills between 2500 and 2999 feet high with a drop of at least 30m on all sides (now superseded by the Simms along with Murdos and Graham Tops)
GTGraham Top2000-2499ft30m +SScottish hills between 2000 and 2499 feet high with a drop of at least 30m on all sides (now superseded by the Simms along with Murdos and Corbett Tops)
BLBuxton & Lewis2000ft +WEMPublished in by Buxton & Lewis in 1986 (no longer maintained)
BgBridge2000ft +WEMPublished by George Bridge in 1973 (no longer maintained)
CaCarn400-499m30m +IAs classified on the Mountain Views website
BinBinnion0-400m100m +IAs classified on the Mountain Views website
T100Trail 100SWEIMA subjective list of 100 UK hills which appeared in the April 2007 issue of Trail Magazine
P600P600m Peaks600m +SWEIMBritish and Irish hills with at least 600m of prominence, also known as the Major Mountains of Britain & Ireland
P500P500m Peaks500m +SWEIMBritish and Irish hills with at least 500m of prominence

Country

S = Scotland; E = England; W = Wales; I = Ireland; M = Isle of Man; C = Channel Islands