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The UK's county tops : 82 walks to reach the top of 91 historic counties

Author: Jonny Muir
Publisher: Milnthorpe, Cumbria : Cicerone, [2011]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First edition 2011View all editions and formats
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Inspiring guide to 82 walking routes reaching the tops of the UK's 91 historic counties in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, from Inverness-shire's Ben Nevis (1344m) to Huntingdonshire's  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jonny Muir
ISBN: 9781849655538 1849655537
OCLC Number: 893659098
Notes: Appendix 1 The UK's historic county tops by height Appendix 2 The present-day county tops of England, Wales and Scotland by height.
Description: 1 online resource (205 pages) : illustrations (colour), maps (colour)
Contents: Overview map INTRODUCTION The historic counties Defining a county top Using this guide Getting there Safety in the hills ENGLAND Introduction 1 Cornwall --
Brown Willy 420m 2 Devon --
High Willhays 621m 3 Somerset --
Dunkery Beacon 519m 4 Dorset --
Lewesdon Hill 279m 5 Sussex --
Black Down 280m 6 Surrey --
Leith Hill 294m 7 Kent --
Betsom's Hill 251m 8 Middlesex --
Bushey Heath 153m 9 Bedfordshire --
Dunstable Downs 243m 10 Buckinghamshire --
Haddington Hill 267m / Hertfordshire --
Pavis Wood 244m 11 Berkshire --
Walbury Hill 297m / Hampshire --
Pilot Hill 286m 12 Oxfordshire --
Bald Hill 257m 13 Wiltshire --
Milk Hill 295m 14 Gloucestershire --
Cleeve Common 330m 15 Herefordshire --
Black Mountain 703m 16 Worcestershire --
Worcestershire Beacon 425m 17 Warwickshire --
Ebrington Hill 261m 18 Northamptonshire --
Arbury Hill 225m 19 Shropshire. Brown Clee Hill 540m 20 Staffordshire --
Cheeks Hill 520m 21 Leicestershire --
Bardon Hill 278m 22 Derbyshire --
Kinder Scout 636m 23 Nottinghamshire --
Silverhill 205m 24 Rutland --
Cold Overton Park 197m 25 Huntingdonshire --
Boring Field 80m 26 Cambridgeshire --
Great Chishill 146m / Essex --
Chrishall Common 147m 27 Suffolk --
Great Wood 128m 28 Norfolk --
Beacon Hill 105m 29 Lincolnshire --
Normanby Top 168m 30 Cheshire --
Black Hill 582m 31 Lancashire --
The Old Man of Coniston 803m 32 Durham --
Burnhope Seat 746m 33 Yorkshire --
Mickle Fell 788m 34 Cumberland --
Scafell Pike 978m 35 Westmorland --
Helvellyn 950m 36 Northumberland --
The Cheviot 815m WALES Introduction 37 Flintshire --
Moel Famau 562m 38 Anglesey --
Holyhead Mountain 220m 39 Caernarvonshire --
Snowdon 1085m 40 Denbighshire --
Cadair Berwyn 830m / Montgomeryshire --
Moel Sych 827m. 41 Merionethshire --
Aran Fawddwy 907m 42 Cardiganshire --
Plynlimon 752m 43 Pembrokeshire --
Foel Cwmcerwyn 536m 44 Carmarthenshire --
Fan Foel 781m 45 Glamorgan --
Craig y Llyn 600m 46 Brecknockshire --
Pen y Fan 886m 47 Monmouthshire --
Chwarel y Fan 679m 48 Radnorshire --
Great Rhos 660m SCOTLAND Introduction 49 Roxburghshire --
Hangingstone Hill 743m 50 East Lothian --
Meikle Says Law 535m / Berwickshire --
Meikle Says Law south shoulder 532m 51 West Lothian --
Cairnpapple Hill 312m 52 Midlothian --
Blackhope Scar 651m 53 Lanarkshire --
Culter Fell 748m 54 Peeblesshire and Selkirkshire --
Broad Law 840m 55 Dumfriesshire --
White Coomb 821m 56 Ayrshire --
Kirriereoch Hill shoulder 781m / Kirkcudbrightshire --
Merrick 843m 57 Wigtownshire --
Craigairie Fell 321m 58 Buteshire --
Goatfell 874m 59 Renfrewshire --
Hill of Stake 522m 60 Stirlingshire --
Ben Lomond. 974m 61 Dunbartonshire --
Ben Vorlich 943m 62 Perthshire --
Ben Lawers 1214m 63 Clackmannanshire --
Ben Cleuch 721m 64 Kinross --
Innerdouny Hill 497m 65 Fife --
West Lomond 522m 66 Kincardineshire --
Mount Battock 778m 67 Angus --
Glas Maol 1068m 68 Aberdeenshire and Banffshire --
Ben Macdui 1309m 69 Morayshire --
Carn a' Ghille Chearr 710m 70 Nairnshire --
Carn Glas-choire 659m 71 Argyll --
Bidean Nam Bian 1150m 72 Inverness-shire --
Ben Nevis 1344m 73 Ross and Cromarty --
Carn Eige 1183m 74 Sutherland --
Ben More Assynt 998m 75 Caithness --
Morven 706m 76 Orkney --
Ward Hill 479m 77 Shetland --
Ronas Hill 450m NORTHERN IRELAND Introduction 78 County Down --
Slieve Donard 853m 79 County Armagh --
Slieve Gullion 576m 80 County Fermanagh --
Cuilcagh 666m 81 County Londonderry and County Tyrone --
Sawel Mountain 678m 82 County Antrim --
Trostan 550m.
Responsibility: by Jonny Muir.

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