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The Nuttalls

The definition of a Nuttall is "any summit of 2000ft (610m) or more which rises above its surroundings on all sides by at least 50ft (15m)".

I have also included the "deleted" tops, which just fail to qualify on either the height or difference rule.

Change Register - registry of changes to the Nuttalls list.

(Nuttalls appear as Class=N on this website, and the "deleted" tops as Class=xN).

My Progress
I have completed 0 (0%) of 442 Nuttalls [Map*]
(0 (0%) of 188 Welsh Nuttalls [Map*])
(0 (0%) of 254 English Nuttalls [Map*])

(* please note that map may be slow to load)

League Table - compare your progress with other members of this site.

Nuttalls by rank 1-100   101-200   201-300   301-400   401-442   "deleted" tops

Pillar Rock

The Nuttalls list includes Pillar Rock which cannot be ascended without rock climbing equipment - click on the link for details of a route of ascent.


The Nuttalls are named after John and Anne Nuttall, from the list of mountains in their excellent books The Mountains of England and Wales volumes 1 and 2, published by Cicerone Press.

The list of mountains and names of mountain areas are reproduced from these books by their kind permission.