Possibly the first ever prominence-based hill challenge. Includes all peaks in Scotland between 2,500 and 2,999 ft high with at least 500 ft prominence. Originally compiled by J. Rooke Corbett in the 1920s and published after his death in the 1950s by the Scottish Mountaineering Club (SMC) and still maintained by them. Maintained on peakery by member Mark Trengove using data obtained from the Database of British and Irish Hills.


Highest peak

Beinn a'Chlaidheimh

2,999 ft / 914 m

Most prominent peak


2,867 ft / 873 m

Most summited peak

The Cobbler

15 summits

Most difficult peak

The Cobbler

Class 3

Difficulty breakdown

Class 3/4 1 peak

Top climbing months

May   19%

August   14%

July   12%

  • Take on a big classic Scottish hill challenge that will lead you over the length and breadth of the Scottish mainland and largest islands.
  • Visit such iconic Scottish hills as Ben Ledi, Cul Mor, Ben Loyal and The Merrick.
  • Rack up more distance and metres of ascent than climbing all the Munros.