Hills of Britain and Ireland

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This is Open Street Map mapping. Sorry, (topographic) OSNI/Channel Islands/OSI mapping is not available online

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Photos

Flickr Group Photos

Please tag your photos and upload them to the British and Irish Mountains group on Flickr

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Nearby Photos

These photos have been geo-tagged as on or around the summit. For less famous mountains, it can be a little hit and miss.

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Videos

These videos match on name, but for less famous mountains, or mountains with a common name, it can be a little hit and miss.

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Notes

Datasource
Database of British and Irish Hills v17.1
Relative Height
Relative height, drop, or prominence is the height difference between a hill's summit and the col (lowest point) connecting it to the next higher summit. "Marilyns" are hills with a relative height of 150 metres, and "Humps" have 100 metres. There are some even in the south east of England.