Links & Acknowledgements

John & Anne Nuttall's website - a must for summit baggers

Alan Dawson's website - for up-to-date information about the Marilyns

The Database of British and Irish Hills - home of the DoBIH

G and J Surveys - YouTube channel by John Barnard, Graham Jackson and Myrddyn Phillips, hosting clips about some of their past, present and future surveying projects

Myrddyn Phillips interviews - Myrddyn Phillips's YouTube interviews on hill bagging and related topics, including interviews with Graham Jackson from the DoBIH survey team, and John and Anne Nuttall

Summit Photo website - Collection of hill summit photographs, which can be viewed via thumbnail links from the mountain details pages on this website.  If you would like to contribute photos to the collection, please click on the link

Ordnance Survey - Britain's national mapping agency

Streetmap - excellent source of maps in digitised format - I obtained most of my background maps for this site from here

Bing Maps - another source of digitised maps

GPS Utility - GPS Software to download - even the free unregistered version is good

Garmin - GPS equipment manufacturers

TACit Tables - source of definitive lists of hills in Britain

Scottish Mountaineering Club (SMC) - publisher of Munro's Tables and other Scottish hill guidebooks

Phil Newby's GPS site - waypoints in all sorts of formats, as well as lots of other GPS stuff

UK Rec Walking Discussion Group - lively online discussion on walking related topics

RHB Discussion Group - for Marilyn bagging and other hill-walking related topics

UK Walking Forum - Walking and Hiking Forum

Mad about Mountains - Mountain info and photos, and descriptions of walks to Marilyn tops

Been There - Done That - An "unofficial guide to Great Britain"

Where's the Path - walking diary of some fellow Marilyn and County Top baggers

Lakeland Walker - walking diary of a Wainwright bagger

Lonewalker's Walking Diary - "the thoughts and musings of a fat fellwalker"

Welsh 3000s Challenge / 14 Peaks / 15 Peaks

Wilderness Wales - lots of photos and other info on Welsh mountains

The Pennine Way Site - good source for Pennine Way info

My Pennines - walking diary, info and routes of a Pennine walker

Peak Bagging - The English Nuttalls - walking blog and routes of a Nuttall bagger

Simon's Mountain Lists - hill list history, photographs, and discussion on hill-bagging

Summit Journeys - Mountain walking and rock climbing holidays and courses

Mountain Views - Hillwalking Resource for Ireland, with similar aims and features to this site

UK Prominent Peaks - Prominence based hillwalking challenges

The Happy Hiker - walking routes and advice, with GPS route downloads

Hillwalhers Gallery - pictorial guide and maps of walked mountain routes

The Wasdale Web - Online guide to Lakeland's finest valley and surrounding area

Final Furths and Furthists - research on the Furths and people who have completed the Furths


The Mountains of England and Wales volumes 1 & 2 by John & Anne Nuttall - Cicerone Press, 1989 & 1990 - ISBN 1 85284 036 6 & 1 85284 037 4

The Relative Hills of Britain by Alan Dawson - Cicerone Press, 1992 - ISBN 1 85284 068 4

A Pictorial Guide to the Lakeland Fells books 1-7 by A Wainwright - Westmorland Gazette & Michael Joseph Ltd, 1955-1966

Mountain Tables by Michael Dewey - Constable & Co Ltd, 1995 - ISBN 0 09 474520 X

Complete Lakeland Fells by Bill Birkett - Harper Collins Willow, 1998 - ISBN 0583322093

The Mountain Summits of England and Wales by Chris Buxton & Gwyn Lewis - Red Dial Publications, 1986 - ISBN 0 9511723 0 1

The Mountains of England and Wales by George Bridge - Gaston's Alpine Books & West Col Productions, 1973 - now out of print