GB Hill Maps


Welcome to HillMaps - the site for The Armchair Hill Walker.

Here you can find information on British mountains and hills, and view them on a variety of map formats. There are links to weather forecasts, webcams, and some stunning summit photography. You can also read advice on equipment, clothing, and safety in the hills from the main rescue and mountaineering organisations.

These maps and associated data are not intended for direct use on the hills. There is no substitute for competent map reading, compass skills, and interpreting the scenery.

Hopefully, the resources found on this site will help you choose and plan your next adventure.



Browse the database of summits by these criteria.
Further filter and sort options are available within each selection. See 'Options'.
These tables open in a new window. Close the window to return to this page.
Each individual summit links to a detailed Google Map, Streetmap, or OS Get-a-map.

The definition of a hill or mountain is subjective and often contentious. You may find some unexpected inclusions and ommissions depending on the criteria used to create the source data. Please go to the Database of British Hills website to study the criteria in detail.


To SORT records:
  • Click on an underlined column heading. This will show the records in ascending sequence.
  • Click again will sort the records into descending sequence.
  • Click on X at the start of the sort row to undo.
  • Note that if you do not click on X, sorts are 'cumulative'.
  • The sort sequence is described on the sort row.

To FILTER records:
  • Click on the 'v' button. A row appears under the column headings.
  • Enter a value or choose a value from the drop down list if present.
  • Click on the '>' button, and the data will be filtered by the chosen value.
  • The filter value is described on the filter row.
  • Click on X at the start of the filter row to undo the selection.
  • Click on the '^' button to remove the filter row.




Classic Peaks:
These Google Maps open in a new window.
Each individual summit links to a detailed Google Map, Streetmap, or OS Get-a-map.


These Google Maps open in a new window.
Each individual summit links to a detailed Google Map, Streetmap, or OS Get-a-map.


For full details go to Ultra-Distance Challenges.
For more relaxed(?) challenges go to
The Long Distance Walkers Association

4 top challenges: These links to sites open in a new window.

National Parks

These Google Maps open in a new window.
The markers are in height order.
Each individual summit links to a detailed Google Map, Streetmap, or OS Get-a-map.


How to view maps on this site:
  • Google maps can be viewed as map, satellite, hybrid of these two, or terrain.
  • You can zoom in and out, and drag the map in any direction
  • Hovering over or clicking on map markers gives access to summit details and further links.
  • Other maps are provided by external sites, which are not under the control of HillMaps.



Guides & Notes:



View the challenge!
There seem to be few long term permanent mountain webcams.


Warm and dry views!


Maps International is an activity and guide online shop.
Summit Map offer waterproof, durable, and recyclable maps for identifying Scottish summits.
LSR Lancashire Sports Repairs specialise in high quality repairs for outdoor performance footwear, clothing and rucsacks.


In no event will Hill Maps be liable to you or to any third party for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, special or exemplary damages, injuries or losses resulting from any use or misuse of the data on this site.
The data and maps on this site are not intended for use in the field. While every care has been taken with locating points on maps, there are known errors in mapping routines and conversions between methods as detailed on the OS website.
There is no substitute for practical map and compass skills.


The website author can be contacted by email at (remove the X)

If you would like to contribute to the database project with data or comments, please go to their website.
All content / formats © Copyright 2009-2017 - Hill Maps
Acknowledgement: - Hill data sourced from the Database of British Hills V11_4
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