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MurMurdo3000ft +30m +SScottish hills over 3000 feet high with a drop of at least 30m on all sides (now superseded by the Simms along with Corbett Tops and Graham Tops)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Top2500-2999ft30m +SScottish hills between 2500 and 2999 feet high with a drop of at least 30m on all sides (now superseded by the Simms along with Murdos and Graham Tops)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Top2000-2499ft30m +SScottish hills between 2000 and 2499 feet high with a drop of at least 30m on all sides (now superseded by the Simms along with Murdos and Corbett Tops)
BLBuxton & Lewis2000ft +WEMPublished in by Buxton & Lewis in 1986 (no longer maintained)
BgBridge2000ft +WEMPublished by George Bridge in 1973 (no longer maintained)
YYeaman100m +SScottish hills with an ascent of 100m all round, or, failing that, at least 5km (walking distance) from any higher point (no longer maintained, largely superseded by the Humps)
CmClem100m +EWMAs Yeamans, but in England, Wales or Isle of Man (no longer maintained, largely superseded by the Humps)
T100Trail 100SWEIMA subjective list of 100 UK hills which appeared in the April 2007 issue of Trail Magazine
CaCarn400-499m30m +IAs classified on the Mountain Views website
BinBinnion0-400m100m +IAs classified on the Mountain Views website
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