England’s Highest Mountains

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Fort Southwick No ratings yet.

Fort Southwick is a summit in the region or range in England. Fort Southwick is 122 metres high. All the walking routes up Fort Southwick on Mud and Routes can be found below. The top can be identified by the where boundary crosses concrete track to covered reservoir. Other Notes: may be higher points within …

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Pole Hill No ratings yet.

Pole Hill is a summit in the region or range in England. Pole Hill is 91 metres high. All the walking routes up Pole Hill on Mud and Routes can be found below. The top can be identified by the No Obvious Features.. Other Notes: . Pole Hill is a child summit of Wendover Woods …

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Bushey Heath No ratings yet.

Bushey Heath is a summit in the region or range in England. Bushey Heath is 154 metres high. All the walking routes up Bushey Heath on Mud and Routes can be found below. The top can be identified by the boundary stone on High Road. Other Notes: ground quite flat from boundary stone SE towards …

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Hand Lake No ratings yet.

Hand Lake is a mountain summit in the River Tyne to Garsdale, Wensleydale and Teesside region in the county of Cumbria, England. Hand Lake is 499.6 metres high with a prominence of 41 metres. The summit can be identified by: small cairn Additional Notes: Deleted from Dewey list for insufficient height All the walks up …

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Mapperley No ratings yet.

Mapperley is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Nottingham/Nottinghamshire, England. Mapperley is 130 metres high with a prominence of 18 metres. The summit can be identified by: by reservoir gate Additional Notes: Formerly joint UA Top for Nottingham – hill 5527 Nottingham M1 is …

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Black Hill No ratings yet.

Black Hill is a mountain summit in the River Tyne to Garsdale, Wensleydale and Teesside region in the county of Durham, England. Black Hill is 604 metres high with a prominence of 25 metres. The summit can be identified by: made-made ground 1m S of wall Additional Notes: overgrown debris appears to cover natural summit …

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Hare Law No ratings yet.

Hare Law is a mountain summit in the The Northern Cheviots to Tyneside region in the county of Northumberland, England. Hare Law is 278 metres high with a prominence of 95 metres. The summit can be identified by: ground by wall Additional Notes: All the walks up Hare Law on Mud and Routes can be …

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Knockshield Moor No ratings yet.

Knockshield Moor is a mountain summit in the River Tyne to Garsdale, Wensleydale and Teesside region in the county of Northumberland, England. Knockshield Moor is 574 metres high with a prominence of 28 metres. The summit can be identified by: rock 25m NE of cairn Additional Notes: rock 10m NE of cairn at NY 81869 …

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Great Haw No ratings yet.

Great Haw is a mountain summit in the Wensleydale to Airedale region in the county of North Yorkshire, England. Great Haw is 544 metres high with a prominence of 28 metres. The summit can be identified by: no feature: heather Additional Notes: ground 30m E is as high All the walks up Great Haw on …

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Holly Bank No ratings yet.

Holly Bank is a mountain summit in the The South Pennines from Liverpool to Nottingham region in the county of Oldham/Tameside, England. Holly Bank is 308 metres high with a prominence of 95 metres. The summit can be identified by: trig point Additional Notes: All the walks up Holly Bank on Mud and Routes can …

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Beacon Moor No ratings yet.

Beacon Moor is a mountain summit in the River Tees to the Humber Estuary region in the county of Redcar and Cleveland, England. Beacon Moor is 179 metres high with a prominence of 95 metres. The summit can be identified by: trig point in bushes at field corner Additional Notes: All the walks up Beacon …

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Quainton Hill No ratings yet.

Quainton Hill is a mountain summit in the The Chilterns and East Anglia region in the county of Buckinghamshire, England. Quainton Hill is 187 metres high with a prominence of 92 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Quainton Hill on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

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Horner Hill No ratings yet.

Horner Hill is a mountain summit in the Ilfracombe to the Quantocks and Sidmouth region in the county of Devon, England. Horner Hill is 222 metres high with a prominence of 98 metres. The summit can be identified by: Additional Notes: All the walks up Horner Hill on Mud and Routes can be seen above.

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Gilling Down No ratings yet.

Gilling Down is a mountain summit in the The Mendips to Bournemouth region in the county of Somerset, England. Gilling Down is 122 metres high with a prominence of 97 metres. The summit can be identified by: no feature Additional Notes: summit is in trees All the walks up Gilling Down on Mud and Routes …

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Cockley Moor No ratings yet.

Cockley Moor is a mountain summit in the Solway Firth to Ambleside region in the county of Cumbria, England. Cockley Moor is 455 metres high with a prominence of 38 metres. The summit can be identified by: knoll in clearing Additional Notes: All the walks up Cockley Moor on Mud and Routes can be seen …

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Castle How No ratings yet.

Castle How is a mountain summit in the Solway Firth to Ambleside region in the county of Cumbria, England. Castle How is 305 metres high with a prominence of 9 metres. The summit can be identified by: no feature Additional Notes: ground 10m W is 10cm lower All the walks up Castle How on Mud …

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Birk Crag No ratings yet.

Birk Crag is a mountain summit in the Keswick to Duddon Sands region in the county of Cumbria, England. Birk Crag is 357 metres high with a prominence of 13 metres. The summit can be identified by: cairn Additional Notes: ground 50m N (OS spot height) is c 1m lower All the walks up Birk …

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High Crags No ratings yet.

High Crags is a mountain summit in the St Bees Head to Borrowdale region in the county of Cumbria, England. High Crags is 412 metres high with a prominence of 8 metres. The summit can be identified by: rock Additional Notes: rock a few metres W and ground to N are lower; summit 135m to …

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Seatoller Fell No ratings yet.

Seatoller Fell is a mountain summit in the St Bees Head to Borrowdale region in the county of Cumbria, England. Seatoller Fell is 461 metres high with a prominence of 13 metres. The summit can be identified by: grassy outcrop Additional Notes: cairn no longer extant All the walks up Seatoller Fell on Mud and …

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Hart Crag No ratings yet.

Hart Crag is a mountain summit in the Penrith to Lancaster region in the county of Cumbria, England. Hart Crag is 590 metres high with a prominence of 5 metres. The summit can be identified by: outcrop Additional Notes: cairn 65m S at NY 41283 08549 is c 1m lower All the walks up Hart …

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Rowantree Knotts No ratings yet.

Rowantree Knotts is a mountain summit in the Penrith to Lancaster region in the county of Cumbria, England. Rowantree Knotts is 421 metres high with a prominence of 13 metres. The summit can be identified by: outcrop Additional Notes: All the walks up Rowantree Knotts on Mud and Routes can be seen above.