THE MOUNTAINS OF ENGLAND AND WALES

The Mountains of England and Wales are those summits in England and Wales which are at least 2000 feet (610 metres) high, with a minimum of 50 feet (15 metres) of ascent on all sides. All the mountains were visited personally by us and we checked the marginal tops using on-the-spot surveys. Full details of the tops, and how to ascend them in a series of interesting walks is given in: England and Wales

NEW TOPS - ENGLAND:

There are five new tops in England since edition 1:-


DELETED TOPS - ENGLAND:



NEW TOPS - WALES:

Ten new Tops have been discovered in Wales since edition 1. The first seven were added as a result of diligent work by Dewi Jones of Porthmadog and Myrddyn Phillips of Welshpool. The top of Maesglase has also moved! (Edition 2 of Volume 1: Wales includes the first seven new tops). Very accurate surveying by John Barnard and Graham Jackson has resulted in the addition of Carnedd y Filiast North Top, Castell y Gwynt and Mynydd Graig Goch.


DELETED TOPS - WALES:

Cadair Bronwen NE Top (SJ087352) See News
Moelwyn Mawr North Ridge Top (SH661453) See News
Carnedd y Ddelw (SH708705) See News