The Highest Mountains in the UK To Climb

Read on to discover the highest mountains in the UK, classifications and terminology so you can plan your next hill walk, or just win your next pub general knowledge quiz.

First off, how do you define a mountain? It is generally considered to be a natural elevation rising to a summit, attaining an altitude greater than 1,969 feet (600m), and with a prominence of at least 98 feet (30m) above the surrounding landscape in all directions, according to the Simms classification.

Scotland is the most mountainous country in the UK with the most peaks in the Highlands, the area north and west of the Highland Boundary Fault. The highest peaks in England are clustered around the Lake District, again in the northwest of the country, while Snowdonia National Park has the highest peaks in Wales.

When taken as separate countries, the highest mountains in the UK are as follows:

  • The highest mountain in Scotland, and also the highest in mainland UK, is Ben Nevis at 4,411 feet (1345m).
  • The highest mountain in Wales is Snowdon at 3,560 feet (1085m) in the northwest county of Gwynedd.
  • England’s highest mountain is Scafell Pike, at 3,209 feet (978m) and is located in the Lake District National Park in Cumbria, northwest England.
  • Northern Ireland’s highest mountain is Slieve Donard at 2,789 feet (850m). Located in the Mourne Mountains, about 33 miles south of Belfast, it is the 7th highest mountain in Ireland as a whole.

However, if you include all the British territories, Mount Hope in the British Antarctic Territory wins as Britain’s highest mountain at 10,626 feet (3239m). It was only in 2017 that Mount Hope’s true elevation was measured using GPS and it officially became Britain’s highest peak. However, compared to Mount Everest in the Himalayas at 29,028 feet (8848m) and Mont Blanc in the French-Italian Alps at 15,781 feet (4810m), nothing in the UK even comes close.

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Read on to learn about the highest mountains in the UK.

Highest Mountains in the UK in Order and Routes to Climb them

This list of the top 10 highest mountains in the UK in order, is listed by overall height. They are all in Scotland and are all Munros.

Ben Nevis – 4411 ft (1345m)

The highest peak in Scotland and in the UK, Ben Nevis is near Fort William, at the western end of the Grampians in northwest Scotland. It attracts over 100,000 walkers who mostly ascend using the Pony Track route from Glen Nevis. The north face cliffs are one of the toughest challenges for mountaineers and ice climbers. The summit, a volcanic caldera, still has ruins of the meteorological observatory that operated from 1883 to 1904.

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Ben Macdui – 4,295 ft (1309m)

Britain’s second highest peak is Ben Macdui in the Scottish Highlands. It is the highest peak in the Cairngorms National Park which is the largest national park in the UK covering over 1,700 square miles. The easiest ascent is a 4 mile route starting from the Cairngorm Ski Centre. A detour can be included to “bag” Cairn Gorm along the way. Other routes are possible but all involve a slow and steady trek. One option is to cycle from the Linn of Dee to Derry Lodge (about 2.5 miles) and then ascend the southern side. The summit with its bare boulder field has a toposcope identifying the surrounding mountains, erected in 1925.

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Braeriach – 4,252 ft (1296m)

Located in the western massif of the Cairngorms, Braeriach is known for its corries which harbour year-round snow pockets. Most walkers ascend Braeriach from the Sugar Bowl car park near the Cairn Gorm ski area and the arduous walk is 5.6 miles each way. The path navigates the steep-side ravine of Chalamain Gap and Lairig Ghru Pass before reaching the summit.

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Cairn Toul – 4,236 ft (1291m)

Cairn Toul is linked by a mountain pass to Braeriach and towers above the western side of Lairig Ghru Pass. Due to its location, Cairn Toul is often climbed in conjunction with other neighbouring peaks including The Devils; Point, Braeriach and Sgor an Lochain Uaine. It necessitates a long trip, often over two days and may entail a stay at the isolated Corrour Bothy refuge overnight. The ascent includes all types of terrain from scree and boulder fields to boggy areas.

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Sgor an Lochain Uaine – 4,127 feet (1258m)

Located in the Cairngorms, Sgor an Lochain Uaine is a remote peak often ascended along with other peaks. From the north, walkers must first ascend Braeriach and from the south the route includes Cairn Toul and Devil’s Point. It has a small loch on the northeast side of the summit and its name appropriately means “Peak of the Little Green Loch”.

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Cairn Gorm – 4,084 ft (1245m)

Set in the Scottish Highlands overlooking the ski resort and town of Aviemore, Cairn Gorm gives its name to the whole range of mountains. The northwest slopes are used for downhill skiing in winter and they are served by the funicular Cairngorm Mountain Railway, the highest railway in the UK. The one mile line ends at the Ptarmigan building some 1087m up Cairn Gorm. Most ascents are on the north side although high winds and blizzards can make it impassable. The summit houses an automated weather station transmitting wind speed and temperature data. Look for the remote Loch Avon from the southern side of the summit.

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Aonach Beag – 4,049 ft (1234m)

Close to Fort William and just 2 miles east of Ben Nevis, Aonach Beag is connected to Aonach Mor by a mountain pass or high saddle. The  easiest ascent starts by taking the gondola lift on Aonach Mor to 650m and then walk along the ridge joining the twin peaks. It can also be climbed in more isolated conditions from Glen Nevis to the south. The north face of Aonach Beag has one of the longest existing snow patches at the bottom of the Queens View climb at a height of 950m.

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Aonach Mor – 4,006 ft (1,221m)

Aonach Mor is popular for skiing and snowboarding and in summer the gondola ski lift is used by hikers, paragliders and mountain bikers wanting to descend the downhill mountain bike track. The mountain hosts the Mountain Bike World Cup and other championships. Climbers can use the ski gondola for the first ascent of 2,100 ft (650m) and then walk to the summit. Aonach Mor can also be tackled from the south side. Most walkers also ascend Aonach Berg via the high bealach (pass).

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Carn Mor Dearg – 4,006ft (1,221m)

Connected to Ben Nevis via the spectacular Carn Mor Dearg Arête, Carn Mor Searg is the 8th highest mountain in the UK. It offers an excellent horseshoe route starting from the North Face car park, traversing the arête and then descending to the CIC Hut. In good conditions, climbers can reach the summit from the ski area in two hours.

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Ben Lawers – 3,983 ft (1214m)

Ben Lawers is the highest peak in Perthshire. It is on the watershed between the Tay and Lyon Rivers and water is channelled into the Breadalbane Hydro-Electric Power Station. The mountain is a National Nature Reserve and has an exceptional diversity of artic-alpine plants and flora including alpine forget-me-not and saxifrages. There is a National Trust car park on the western side and a path leads to the summit. The lower section of the path is a nature trail and the path ascend to the summit of Ben Lawers via the Beinn Ghlas peak. Alternative routes follow Lawers Burn and the east ridge. There's also an event that occurs here once each year, called the Artemis Kindrochit Great Quadrathlon that involves running 15 miles across 7 peaks with a swim, bike and kayak thrown in for good measure!

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Different types categories of the Highest Mountains in the UK

According to the International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation, height and prominence are the most important factors when comparing mountains. While some of the tallest mountains in terms of overall size start on the seabed, other summits are a mere bump on the side of another mountain.  We will be listing the highest mountains in the UK by height. Anything below 2,000 feet or 609m is considered a hill.

Some classifications of mountains are often grouped together for different purposes. For example, “Munro bagging” involves climbing all the mountains in Scotland over 3000 feet (914.4m). It’s a lifelong challenge to climb them all and achieve the kudos as a “Munroist”.

Here are the definitions of some of the main mountain classifications in the UK:

The P600s (the Majors)

P600s are mountains anywhere in the British Isles with a prominence above 1,969 feet (600m) regardless of the overall height of the mountain. There are 120 P600s; 81 in Scotland, 25 in Ireland (just 1 in Northern Ireland), 8 in Wales and 4 in England.

Hewitts

Hewitt is the acronym for Hills in England, Wales and Ireland over Two Thousand feet. They must have a relative height of 98 feet (30m). The latest list (2019) has 525 Hewitts: 209 in Ireland, 180 in England and 136 in Wales.

Simms

Simms are “metric Hewitts” and the list was devised in 2010. They need to be at least 1,968 feet (600m) in height and have a minimum prominence of 98.4 feet (30m). Using this definition, there are 2,754 Simms in the British Isles. This list is maintained by the DoBIH – the Database of British and Irish Hills

Nuttalls

Compiled in 1989 by avid mountain walkers John and Anne Nuttall, Nuttalls are mountains in England and Wales only. They must be over 2,000 feet (610m) with a relative height of 49 feet (15m) so they include many smaller tops than other classes. There are 444 Nuttalls.

Munros

There are 282 Munros. These are peaks in Scotland exceeding 3,000 feet or 914.4m. There is no set prominence, but Munros must be seen as a separate mountain.  This list was compiled in 1891 by Scottish mountaineer Sir Hugh Munro. Subsidiary summits are called Munro Tops, of which there are 227.

Murdos

Murdos are any Munro in Scotland (over 3,000 feet or 914.4m high) with a prominence of at least 98 feet (30m). There are 442 Murdos.

Furths

Furths have the same criteria as Scottish Munros but are located elsewhere in the British Isles. There are 34 Furths: 15 in Wales, 13 in Ireland and 6 in England.

Corbetts

The Corbetts only include mountains in Scotland which are between 2500 and 3000 feet (762 and 914.4m) with a prominence of at least 55 feet (152m). There are currently 221 Corbetts on the list, which is maintained by the Scottish Mountaineering Club.

Grahams

The next lowest group is the Grahams, Scottish mountains between 2000 and 2500 feet (609.6 and 762m). The updated list has 221 Grahams.

Donalds

Donalds are hills in the Scottish Lowlands exceeding 2000 feet (609.6m). It includes 89 summits and 51 subsidiary tops.

Marilyns

There are 1216 Marilyns in Scotland. These are hills with a relative height of 492 feet (150m) above their surroundings regardless of their total height.

HuMPs

HuMPs were devised and published by Mark Jackson as recently as 2010. HuMPs are the acronym for “Hundred and Upwards Metre Prominence” mountains.  Similar to Scottish Marilyns, HuMPs are mountains of any height with a prominence of 330 feet (100m). There are 2,986 HuMPs in the British Isles: 2,168 in Scotland, 833 in Ireland, 444 in England, 366 in Wales and 11 in the Channel Islands.

TuMPs

Mark Jackson produced another classification of mountains in 2010, known as TuMPs (Thirty and Upwards Metre Prominence). This covers all hills and mountains in Britain that stand at least 98 feet (30m) above the surrounding land on all sides. Not surprisingly, this is an extensive list with 17,044 named TuMPs. The list is now maintained by the Database of British and Irish Hills.

These are the main classifications of mountains in the British Isles, but there are others. These different classifications create very different rankings for mountains. For example, Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England, but only the 257th highest in the British Isles as per Simms. It is 138th on the Marilyn classification and the 46th highest mountain on the P600.  As with many other mountains, Scafell Pike is included in various classifications as a Marilyn, HuMP, Furth, Hewitt and a Nuttall. It is often the prominence of a mountain summit, as well as the height, that defines its classification.

List of the Highest Mountains in the UK

Below is a list of the highest mountains in order of elevation.

UK's Highest Mountain #1: Ben Nevis. Country: Scotland. Height: 1345 meters and 4437 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #2: Ben Macdui. Country: Scotland. Height: 1309 meters and 4320 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #3: Braeriach. Country: Scotland. Height: 1296 meters and 4277 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #4: Ben Lawers. Country: Scotland. Height: 1214 meters and 4006 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #5: Beinn a'Bhuird. Country: Scotland. Height: 1197 meters and 3950 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #6: Carn Eige. Country: Scotland. Height: 1183 meters and 3904 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #7: Stob Choire Claurigh. Country: Scotland. Height: 1177 meters and 3884 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #8: Ben More. Country: Scotland. Height: 1174 meters and 3874 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #9: Lochnagar - Cac Carn Beag. Country: Scotland. Height: 1156 meters and 3815 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #10: Sgurr na Lapaich. Country: Scotland. Height: 1151 meters and 3798 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #11: Bidean nam Bian. Country: Scotland. Height: 1149 meters and 3793 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #12: Ben Alder. Country: Scotland. Height: 1148 meters and 3788 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #13: Ben Lui. Country: Scotland. Height: 1130 meters and 3729 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #14: Binnein Mor. Country: Scotland. Height: 1130 meters and 3729 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #15: Creag Meagaidh. Country: Scotland. Height: 1128 meters and 3722 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #16: Ben Cruachan. Country: Scotland. Height: 1127 meters and 3719 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #17: Beinn a'Ghlo - Carn nan Gabhar. Country: Scotland. Height: 1122 meters and 3702 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #18: A'Chraileag. Country: Scotland. Height: 1120 meters and 3696 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #19: Stob Coire Easain. Country: Scotland. Height: 1115 meters and 3680 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #20: Sgurr Mor. Country: Scotland. Height: 1108 meters and 3656 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #21: Meall a'Bhuiridh. Country: Scotland. Height: 1108 meters and 3656 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #22: Beinn a'Chlachair. Country: Scotland. Height: 1087 meters and 3587 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #23: Snowdon - Yr Wyddfa. Country: Wales. Height: 1085 meters and 3581 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #24: Beinn Dearg. Country: Scotland. Height: 1084 meters and 3577 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #25: Sgurr a'Choire Ghlais. Country: Scotland. Height: 1083 meters and 3574 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #26: Schiehallion. Country: Scotland. Height: 1083 meters and 3574 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #27: Beinn a'Chreachain. Country: Scotland. Height: 1081 meters and 3566 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #28: Ben Starav. Country: Scotland. Height: 1078 meters and 3557 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #29: Beinn Sheasgarnaich. Country: Scotland. Height: 1077 meters and 3555 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #30: Sgurr Fhuaran. Country: Scotland. Height: 1067 meters and 3521 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #31: Carnedd Llewelyn. Country: Wales. Height: 1064 meters and 3511 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #32: An Teallach - Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill. Country: Scotland. Height: 1063 meters and 3506 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #33: Liathach - Spidean a'Choire Leith. Country: Scotland. Height: 1055 meters and 3482 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #34: Sgurr a'Chaorachain. Country: Scotland. Height: 1053 meters and 3475 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #35: Ben Wyvis - Glas Leathad Mor. Country: Scotland. Height: 1046 meters and 3452 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #36: Chno Dearg. Country: Scotland. Height: 1046 meters and 3452 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #37: Cruach Ardrain. Country: Scotland. Height: 1046 meters and 3451 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #38: Meall nan Tarmachan. Country: Scotland. Height: 1044 meters and 3444 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #39: Carn Mairg. Country: Scotland. Height: 1042 meters and 3439 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #40: Sgurr na Ciche. Country: Scotland. Height: 1040 meters and 3432 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #41: Meall Ghaordaidh. Country: Scotland. Height: 1040 meters and 3431 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #42: Carrauntoohil. Country: Ireland. Height: 1039 meters and 3427 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #43: Gleouraich. Country: Scotland. Height: 1035 meters and 3416 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #44: Beinn Fhada. Country: Scotland. Height: 1032 meters and 3406 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #45: Sgurr a'Mhaoraich. Country: Scotland. Height: 1027 meters and 3389 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #46: Ben Challum. Country: Scotland. Height: 1025 meters and 3383 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #47: Beinn a'Bheithir - Sgorr Dhearg. Country: Scotland. Height: 1024 meters and 3379 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #48: Buachaille Etive Mor - Stob Dearg. Country: Scotland. Height: 1021 meters and 3371 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #49: Ladhar Bheinn. Country: Scotland. Height: 1020 meters and 3366 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #50: Aonach air Chrith. Country: Scotland. Height: 1020 meters and 3364 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #51: Mullach Coire Mhic Fhearchair. Country: Scotland. Height: 1015 meters and 3350 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #52: Beinn Ime. Country: Scotland. Height: 1011 meters and 3336 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #53: Beinn Udlamain. Country: Scotland. Height: 1011 meters and 3336 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #54: Beinn Eighe - Ruadh-stac Mor. Country: Scotland. Height: 1010 meters and 3333 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #55: Beinn Dearg. Country: Scotland. Height: 1009 meters and 3329 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #56: Glyder Fawr. Country: Wales. Height: 1001 meters and 3303 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #57: Sgurr Breac. Country: Scotland. Height: 999 meters and 3297 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #58: Ben More Assynt. Country: Scotland. Height: 998 meters and 3293 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #59: An Caisteal. Country: Scotland. Height: 996 meters and 3286 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #60: Sgurr Alasdair. Country: Scotland. Height: 992 meters and 3274 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #61: Gulvain. Country: Scotland. Height: 987 meters and 3257 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #62: Lurg Mhor. Country: Scotland. Height: 987 meters and 3257 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #63: Beinn Alligin - Sgurr Mhor. Country: Scotland. Height: 986 meters and 3254 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #64: Ben Vorlich. Country: Scotland. Height: 985 meters and 3251 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #65: Slioch. Country: Scotland. Height: 981 meters and 3237 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #66: Scafell Pike. Country: England. Height: 978 meters and 3227 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #67: Ben Lomond. Country: Scotland. Height: 974 meters and 3214 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #68: Beinn Sgritheall. Country: Scotland. Height: 974 meters and 3214 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #69: Aonach Eagach - Sgorr nam Fiannaidh. Country: Scotland. Height: 967 meters and 3191 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #70: A'Mhaighdean. Country: Scotland. Height: 967 meters and 3191 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #71: Ben More. Country: Scotland. Height: 966 meters and 3188 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #72: Sgurr Thuilm. Country: Scotland. Height: 963 meters and 3178 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #73: Ben Klibreck - Meall nan Con. Country: Scotland. Height: 962 meters and 3175 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #74: Sgorr Ruadh. Country: Scotland. Height: 961 meters and 3170 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #75: Stuchd an Lochain. Country: Scotland. Height: 960 meters and 3168 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #76: Meall Glas. Country: Scotland. Height: 959 meters and 3165 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #77: Beinn Fhionnlaidh. Country: Scotland. Height: 959 meters and 3165 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #78: Buachaille Etive Beag - Stob Dubh. Country: Scotland. Height: 958 meters and 3161 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #79: Brandon Mountain. Country: Ireland. Height: 952 meters and 3141 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #80: Meall Chuaich. Country: Scotland. Height: 951 meters and 3138 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #81: Helvellyn. Country: England. Height: 950 meters and 3135 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #82: Beinn Bhuidhe. Country: Scotland. Height: 949 meters and 3130 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #83: Carn Dearg. Country: Scotland. Height: 946 meters and 3121 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #84: Meall Buidhe. Country: Scotland. Height: 946 meters and 3122 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #85: Ben Vorlich. Country: Scotland. Height: 943 meters and 3112 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #86: Beinn Sgulaird. Country: Scotland. Height: 937 meters and 3092 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #87: Sron a'Choire Ghairbh. Country: Scotland. Height: 937 meters and 3092 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #88: Fionn Bheinn. Country: Scotland. Height: 933 meters and 3079 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #89: Maol Chean-dearg. Country: Scotland. Height: 933 meters and 3079 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #90: Skiddaw. Country: England. Height: 931 meters and 3072 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #91: Ben Chonzie. Country: Scotland. Height: 931 meters and 3072 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #92: Bla Bheinn. Country: Scotland. Height: 929 meters and 3066 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #93: Moruisg. Country: Scotland. Height: 928 meters and 3062 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #94: Ben Hope. Country: Scotland. Height: 927 meters and 3059 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #95: Lugnaquilla. Country: Ireland. Height: 925 meters and 3053 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #96: Gairich. Country: Scotland. Height: 919 meters and 3033 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #97: Galtymore. Country: Ireland. Height: 918 meters and 3029 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #98: Beinn Dearg. Country: Scotland. Height: 914 meters and 3015 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #99: Foinaven - Ganu Mor. Country: Scotland. Height: 911 meters and 3007 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #100: The Fara. Country: Scotland. Height: 911 meters and 3008 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #101: Streap. Country: Scotland. Height: 909 meters and 3000 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #102: Beinn Dearg Mor. Country: Scotland. Height: 906 meters and 2991 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #103: Leum Uilleim. Country: Scotland. Height: 906 meters and 2991 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #104: Aran Fawddwy. Country: Wales. Height: 905 meters and 2987 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #105: Beinn Damh. Country: Scotland. Height: 903 meters and 2980 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #106: Beinn an Lochain. Country: Scotland. Height: 902 meters and 2976 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #107: Beinn Odhar. Country: Scotland. Height: 901 meters and 2973 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #108: Aonach Buidhe. Country: Scotland. Height: 899 meters and 2967 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #109: Sgurr nan Eugallt. Country: Scotland. Height: 898 meters and 2963 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #110: Beinn Bhan. Country: Scotland. Height: 896 meters and 2957 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #111: Cross Fell. Country: England. Height: 893 meters and 2947 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #112: Cadair Idris - Penygadair. Country: Wales. Height: 893 meters and 2947 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #113: Beinn a'Chuallaich. Country: Scotland. Height: 892 meters and 2944 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #114: Sgurr Dhomhnuill. Country: Scotland. Height: 888 meters and 2930 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #115: Creagan na Beinne. Country: Scotland. Height: 888 meters and 2930 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #116: Pen y Fan. Country: Wales. Height: 886 meters and 2924 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #117: Beinn a'Chaisteil. Country: Scotland. Height: 886 meters and 2924 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #118: Garbh Bheinn. Country: Scotland. Height: 885 meters and 2921 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #119: Stob Dubh. Country: Scotland. Height: 883 meters and 2914 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #120: Rois-Bheinn. Country: Scotland. Height: 882 meters and 2911 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #121: Beinn Odhar Bheag. Country: Scotland. Height: 882 meters and 2911 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #122: Sgurr Mhurlagain. Country: Scotland. Height: 880 meters and 2904 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #123: Beinn Chuirn. Country: Scotland. Height: 880 meters and 2904 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #124: Sgurr a'Mhuilinn. Country: Scotland. Height: 879 meters and 2901 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #125: Fraochaidh. Country: Scotland. Height: 879 meters and 2901 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #126: Ben Ledi. Country: Scotland. Height: 879 meters and 2901 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #127: Baosbheinn. Country: Scotland. Height: 875 meters and 2888 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #128: Goatfell. Country: Scotland. Height: 874 meters and 2884 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #129: Ben Hee. Country: Scotland. Height: 873 meters and 2881 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #130: Moel Siabod. Country: Wales. Height: 872 meters and 2878 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #131: Stob a'Choin. Country: Scotland. Height: 869 meters and 2868 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #132: Blencathra - Hallsfell Top. Country: England. Height: 868 meters and 2864 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #133: Bidein a'Chabair. Country: Scotland. Height: 867 meters and 2861 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #134: Beinn Lair. Country: Scotland. Height: 859 meters and 2835 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #135: Beinn a'Chrulaiste. Country: Scotland. Height: 857 meters and 2828 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #136: Arenig Fawr. Country: Wales. Height: 854 meters and 2818 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #137: Creach Bheinn. Country: Scotland. Height: 853 meters and 2815 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #138: Grasmoor. Country: England. Height: 852 meters and 2812 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #139: Baurtregaum. Country: Ireland. Height: 851 meters and 2808 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #140: Slieve Donard. Country: Ireland. Height: 850 meters and 2805 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #141: Cul Mor. Country: Scotland. Height: 849 meters and 2802 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #142: Sgurr Ghiubhsachain. Country: Scotland. Height: 849 meters and 2802 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #143: Canisp. Country: Scotland. Height: 847 meters and 2795 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #144: Ben Donich. Country: Scotland. Height: 847 meters and 2795 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #145: Beinn Resipol. Country: Scotland. Height: 845 meters and 2789 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #146: Merrick. Country: Scotland. Height: 843 meters and 2782 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #147: Ben Rinnes. Country: Scotland. Height: 841 meters and 2775 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #148: Broad Law. Country: Scotland. Height: 840 meters and 2772 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #149: Beinn Udlaidh. Country: Scotland. Height: 840 meters and 2772 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #150: Beinn Trilleachan. Country: Scotland. Height: 840 meters and 2772 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #151: Carn Chuinneag. Country: Scotland. Height: 839 meters and 2769 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #152: Mangerton. Country: Ireland. Height: 838 meters and 2766 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #153: Meall na h-Eilde. Country: Scotland. Height: 838 meters and 2765 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #154: Purple Mountain. Country: Ireland. Height: 832 meters and 2746 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #155: Carn Mor. Country: Scotland. Height: 829 meters and 2736 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #156: Beenoskee. Country: Ireland. Height: 826 meters and 2726 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #157: Stob Coire Creagach. Country: Scotland. Height: 817 meters and 2696 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #158: The Cheviot. Country: England. Height: 815 meters and 2690 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #159: Mweelrea. Country: Ireland. Height: 814 meters and 2686 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #160: Corserine. Country: Scotland. Height: 814 meters and 2686 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #161: Askival. Country: Scotland. Height: 812 meters and 2680 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #162: Waun Fach. Country: Wales. Height: 811 meters and 2676 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #163: Quinag - Sail Gharbh. Country: Scotland. Height: 809 meters and 2670 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #164: Creag Rainich. Country: Scotland. Height: 807 meters and 2663 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #165: Nephin. Country: Ireland. Height: 806 meters and 2660 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #166: Beinn Iaruinn. Country: Scotland. Height: 805 meters and 2657 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #167: Cranstackie. Country: Scotland. Height: 801 meters and 2643 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #168: An Cliseam. Country: Scotland. Height: 799 meters and 2637 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #169: Cairnsmore of Carsphairn. Country: Scotland. Height: 797 meters and 2630 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #170: Sgurr an Utha. Country: Scotland. Height: 796 meters and 2627 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #171: Beinn Bhan. Country: Scotland. Height: 796 meters and 2627 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #172: Mam na Gualainn. Country: Scotland. Height: 796 meters and 2627 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #173: Mount Leinster. Country: Ireland. Height: 794 meters and 2622 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #174: Knockmealdown. Country: Ireland. Height: 792 meters and 2615 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #175: Fauscoum. Country: Ireland. Height: 792 meters and 2614 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #176: Beinn Leoid. Country: Scotland. Height: 792 meters and 2614 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #177: Beinn Airigh Charr. Country: Scotland. Height: 792 meters and 2614 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #178: Meall Dubh. Country: Scotland. Height: 789 meters and 2604 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #179: Beinn an Oir. Country: Scotland. Height: 785 meters and 2591 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #180: Stumpa Duloigh. Country: Ireland. Height: 784 meters and 2587 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #181: Moel Hebog. Country: Wales. Height: 783 meters and 2584 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #182: Beinn Bheula. Country: Scotland. Height: 779 meters and 2571 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #183: Glamaig - Sgurr Mhairi. Country: Scotland. Height: 775 meters and 2558 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #184: Meall a'Phubuill. Country: Scotland. Height: 774 meters and 2554 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #185: Mullaghanattin. Country: Ireland. Height: 773 meters and 2551 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #186: Barrclashcame. Country: Ireland. Height: 772 meters and 2548 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #187: Coomacarrea. Country: Ireland. Height: 772 meters and 2548 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #188: Stob Coire a'Chearcaill. Country: Scotland. Height: 771 meters and 2544 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #189: Cul Beag. Country: Scotland. Height: 769 meters and 2538 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #190: Dun da Ghaoithe. Country: Scotland. Height: 766 meters and 2528 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #191: Croagh Patrick. Country: Ireland. Height: 764 meters and 2521 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #192: Ben Loyal - An Caisteal. Country: Scotland. Height: 764 meters and 2522 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #193: Y Llethr. Country: Wales. Height: 756 meters and 2495 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #194: Pumlumon Fawr. Country: Wales. Height: 752 meters and 2482 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #195: Errigal. Country: Ireland. Height: 751 meters and 2478 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #196: Druim Fada. Country: Scotland. Height: 744 meters and 2455 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #197: Ben Mor Coigach. Country: Scotland. Height: 743 meters and 2452 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #198: Beinn Mhor. Country: Scotland. Height: 741 meters and 2445 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #199: Sgurr na Coinnich. Country: Scotland. Height: 739 meters and 2439 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #200: Beinn Mheadhoin. Country: Scotland. Height: 739 meters and 2439 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #201: Blackstairs Mountain. Country: Ireland. Height: 735 meters and 2426 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #202: Doune Hill. Country: Scotland. Height: 734 meters and 2422 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #203: Druim na Sgriodain. Country: Scotland. Height: 734 meters and 2422 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #204: Beinn na Caillich. Country: Scotland. Height: 732 meters and 2416 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #205: Suilven. Country: Scotland. Height: 731 meters and 2412 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #206: Ben Venue. Country: Scotland. Height: 729 meters and 2406 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #207: Uisgneabhal Mor. Country: Scotland. Height: 729 meters and 2406 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #208: Binn Bhan. Country: Ireland. Height: 725 meters and 2393 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #209: Slieve Carr. Country: Ireland. Height: 721 meters and 2379 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #210: Slievenamon. Country: Ireland. Height: 721 meters and 2379 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #211: Ben Cleuch. Country: Scotland. Height: 721 meters and 2379 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #212: Ben Stack. Country: Scotland. Height: 720 meters and 2376 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #213: The Storr. Country: Scotland. Height: 719 meters and 2373 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #214: Ben Buie. Country: Scotland. Height: 717 meters and 2366 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #215: Lamachan Hill. Country: Scotland. Height: 717 meters and 2366 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #216: Corranabinnia. Country: Ireland. Height: 714 meters and 2356 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #217: Cairnsmore of Fleet. Country: Scotland. Height: 711 meters and 2346 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #218: Druim Fada. Country: Scotland. Height: 711 meters and 2345 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #219: Tinto. Country: Scotland. Height: 711 meters and 2346 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #220: Knockboy. Country: Ireland. Height: 706 meters and 2330 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #221: Morven. Country: Scotland. Height: 706 meters and 2330 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #222: Binn idir an Da Log. Country: Ireland. Height: 702 meters and 2317 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #223: Ben Gorm. Country: Ireland. Height: 700 meters and 2310 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #224: Birreencorragh. Country: Ireland. Height: 698 meters and 2303 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #225: Creach-Beinn. Country: Scotland. Height: 698 meters and 2303 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #226: Mynydd Mawr. Country: Wales. Height: 698 meters and 2303 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #227: Keeper Hill. Country: Ireland. Height: 694 meters and 2290 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #228: Knocknadobar. Country: Ireland. Height: 690 meters and 2277 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #229: Croaghaun. Country: Ireland. Height: 688 meters and 2270 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #230: Maumtrasna. Country: Ireland. Height: 682 meters and 2251 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #231: Beinn Bhreac. Country: Scotland. Height: 681 meters and 2246 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #232: Tiorga Mor. Country: Scotland. Height: 679 meters and 2241 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #233: Sawel. Country: Ireland. Height: 678 meters and 2237 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #234: Croaghgorm. Country: Ireland. Height: 674 meters and 2224 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #235: Slievemore. Country: Ireland. Height: 671 meters and 2214 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #236: Muckish. Country: Ireland. Height: 667 meters and 2201 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #237: Tarren y Gesail. Country: Wales. Height: 667 meters and 2201 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #238: Cuilcagh. Country: Ireland. Height: 666 meters and 2198 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #239: Beinn Ruadh. Country: Scotland. Height: 664 meters and 2191 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #240: Windlestraw Law. Country: Scotland. Height: 659 meters and 2175 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #241: Truskmore. Country: Ireland. Height: 647 meters and 2135 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #242: Kinder Scout. Country: England. Height: 636 meters and 2100 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #243: Snaefell. Country: Isle of Man. Height: 621 meters and 2049 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #244: High Willhays. Country: England. Height: 621 meters and 2049 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #245: Beinn Mhor. Country: Scotland. Height: 620 meters and 2046 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #246: Beinn na Gucaig. Country: Scotland. Height: 616 meters and 2033 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #247: Slieve Snaght. Country: Ireland. Height: 615 meters and 2030 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #248: Cruach nan Capull. Country: Scotland. Height: 612 meters and 2020 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #249: Stac Pollaidh. Country: Scotland. Height: 612 meters and 2020 feet.

UK's Highest Mountain #250: Croghan Kinsella. Country: Ireland. Height: 606 meters and 2000 feet.

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