Marilyns - England

Dale Head Summit Cairn
Dale Head Summit Cairn
Helvellyn Summit Trig Point
Helvellyn Summit Trig Point
Hard Knott Summit
Hard Knott Summit
Marilyns are hills of any height with a drop of 150 metres (nearly 500 feet) or more on all sides. So it is a hill which is relatively high compared to its surroundings. The Marilyns are so called by the list's compiler Alan Dawson after the more famous mountain list - the Munros. Alan's original list is of mountains and hills in Scotland, England, Wales and the Isle of Man. The same concept was applied to Ireland by E D "Clem" Clements.

A subMarilyn is a hill which just fails (by up to 10m) to qualify on the drop rule, i.e. drop of 140m to 149m on all sides.

This list shows the Marilyns of England.

NOTE: Click on a heading to SORT ... Type in the SEARCH box to refine the list ... Select how many hills to SHOW ... Click on PREVIOUS or NEXT to move from page to page. Click on the "+" sign for more details.

Marilyns - England v14.3