List of Mountains and Hills of The British Isles By Height

List Of Mountains And Hills Of The British Isles By Height

The following is a list of the mountains and hills of the British Isles, ordered by height. Scottish mountains above 3000 feet (914.4 m) are called Munros.

For a listing by relative height, see the list of mountains of the British Isles by relative height.

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Read more about List Of Mountains And Hills Of The British Isles By Height:  Over 4000 Feet (1219.2 M), 3000-4000 Feet (914.4-1219.2 M), 2500-3000 Feet (762.0-914.4 M), 2000-2500 Feet (609.6-762.0 M), 1000-2000 Feet (304.8-609.6 M), Below 1000 Feet (304.8 M)

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