Includes the hills of Scotland between 2,000 and 2,499 ft high with at least 150 m prominence. Although of lower height, this challenge is more wide-ranging than the Munros as it includes many peaks in Southern Scotland as well as on a greater selection of Scottish islands. Co-created by Fiona Torbet (née Graham) and Alan Dawson (Fiona Torbet had created a similar challenge to Alan Dawson's but, as the latter's was more accurate, she agreed to amalgamating their work) and named in her memory. The natural next challenge to tackle after the Corbetts. Maintained on peakery by member Mark Trengove.


Highest peak

Beinn Talaidh

2,499 ft / 761 m

Most prominent peak

Sgurr na Coinnich

2,342 ft / 714 m

Most summited peak


36 summits

Most difficult peak

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Difficulty breakdown

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Top climbing months

May   27%

July   12%

September  11%

  • Take on a big classic Scottish hill challenge that will lead you over the length and breadth of the Scottish mainland, and a much wider variety of islands than for the Munros and Corbetts.
  • Visit such iconic Scottish hills as Suilven, Stac Pollaidh, Ben Venue and the Pap of Glencoe.
  • Rack up more distance and metres of ascent than climbing all the Munros.
  • Some scrambling ability is needed on a few of the hills, but only Stac Pollaidh is best climbed with a rope.