Site Statistics
Number of British hills on database19883
Number of British hills with no logged ascent329
Number of Irish hills on database1663
Number of Irish hills with no logged ascent165
Number of registered users12141
Users active in last 3 months1533
Users active today51
Number of logged ascents1932653
GPS summit readings logged (GB)42303
Ascents logged in last 7 days (click total for list...)1124
GPS summit readings logged in last 7 days (GB)5

What's New - recent changes to this website
 General advice/courtesy:
  • Plan your route so that, where possible, you avoid going close to other's properties
  • If there is a debate about access, perhaps a graceful and prompt retreat would be the best course
  • When recording ascents think carefully about what you record
  • Remember some summits may be inaccessible, even if on a list
22nd Jun 2024Topographical Areas (Topo Areas), with their names and numbering have been replaced by those listed in Alan Dawson's 1033 High Hills of Britain, with additional topo areas added for Ireland by Jim Bloomer.
14th Jun 2024The SIBs list now includes the significant islands of Ireland to be consistent with Alan Holmes's full list of SIBs.
6th Jun 2024Improvements to the mapping functionality...
The map view (e.g. Ordnance Survey, Open Topo Maps) is now selected via a button and menu in the top right corner of the map.
Additional map view options including ESRI satellite imagery and old OS mapping.
Optional overlays for showing county boundaries and Ordnance Survey grids.
Full screen map view is now selected via a button and menu near the top left corner of the map, and displays complete full screen.
Option to show your location on the map via a button to the top left side of the map (you may need to give permission to use your device's location information on first use).
Show all hills within map bounds is now selected via a button to the top left side of the map.
The grid reference and lat/lon coordinates for the last location clicked on the map bounds is displayed in a box below the map, along with a Copy button to save the location to your clipboard.
See the map help notes for further details.
3rd Jun 20241 new Tump added, replacing 5498 Fordoles Head as Tump and Doncaster UA top.
1945 Snaefell removing status as a County Top (Historic, Administrative and Current). For consistency with treatment of Channel Islands.
1 SIB added added and 1 deleted.
5 Tumps (including 3 Simms, 2 Marilyns, 1 Dewey and 1 County Top) with significant summit relocations.
1 Arderin/Vandeleur Lynam status transferred to Simm summit.
1 Irish Submarilyn deletion.
1 Irish Subhump deletion.
1 Arderin/Dodd deletion.
1 Irish Subdodd deletion.
1 Irish 400-499m hill reinstatement.
1st Apr 2024The mapping used on the website now uses the Leaflet/OpenTopoMap interface to provide topographical maps.  You can also toggle to OS maps using the Leaflet/Ordnance Survey Data Hub interface, but there are annual usage limits on this so please use this option sparingly.
9th Mar 2024Work is commencing to update the Hill Bagging website platform
The initial priority is to underpin current functionality with more modern technology. In the longer term we plan to make gradual improvements.  This effort is being undertaken by Simon, Dave Chaffey and Toby Thurston supported by Denise McLellan and Jim Bloomer.  If any users would like to join a small group to input views or provide technical support, please contact us by 26th March via the Contact page.
2nd Mar 20241 Tump deleted.
1 Tump with correction to county and section due to previous summit relocation.
21st Feb 2024Mapping and functionality for Hills by County now restored.
Mapping and functionality for County Tops now restored.
Mapping and functionality for Islands, Catchments and Watersheds now restored.
Mapping and functionality for hill lists by Section now restored.
27th Jan 20241 new Tump added.
1 Tump and 1 Dodd/HF/Tump deleted.
1 Irish Subsimm added.
1 Tump and 1 Simm/Tump with significant summit relocation.
23rd Oct 20233 Tumps (incl 2 Marilyns) with significant summit relocations.
4 SIB additions and 3 deletions from SIB v.18 revisions. tmaI7m9Ksf13
1 Carn deleted.
29th Jul 2023Data is aligned with v18 of the Database of British and Irish Hills (DoBIH). For further details, see the revision history.
24th Jul 2023Seager Hill (Marilyn/Tump) swapped to its south-eastern top.
18th Jul 2023Ethels list added.
High Hills of Britain list added.
Cumbria county/UA split into Cumberland and Westmorland and Furness following the administrative changes on 1st April 2023.
Scafell Pike and Helvellyn become the county/UA tops for Cumberland and Westmorland and Furness respectively.
Lundy is now a multi-Tump island.
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