Hewitts - England

Allen Crags Summit
Allen Crags Summit
Clough Head Summit With Blencathra In The Distance
Clough Head Summit With Blencathra In The Distance
High Raise - High White Stones Summit Trig Point
High Raise - High White Stones Summit Trig Point
A Hewitt is a Hill in England, Wales or Ireland over 2,000 feet high (610m) with a drop of at least 30 metres (98 feet) all round. The Hewitts of England and Wales are therefore a subset of the Nuttalls. There are 179 Hewitts of England.

A subHewitt is a hill which just fails (by up to 10m) to qualify on the drop rule i.e. over 610m with 20-29m drop. Note that the subHewitts formerly included hills between 600m and 610m but these are now simply classified as Deweys.

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