England peaks

4,600 peaks

Highest peak

Scafell Pike

3,208 ft / 977 m

Most summited peak

Scafell Pike

52 summits

Most prominent peak

Scafell Pike

2,992 ft / 911 m prom

England summits

2,386 summits

First Ascent Awards

986 of 4,600 peaks 21%

Top climbing months

April 14%

May 13%

August 10%

England mountains highlights

"Made my way up to the golf club from Kington, then onto the Offa's Dyke path which doglegs onto Rushock Hill to its summit. Then down and up this before heading down into valley and skirting around the bottom of Bradnor Hill on an at times indistinct, at times overgrown PB back to Kington." - Herrock Hill, vygodski, Jul 7, 2018
"Made my way up to the golf club from Kington, then onto the Offa's Dyke path which doglegs onto this and then follows the actual dyke to the summitt. Long walk ensuing, climbing peak to the west then skirting around the bottom of Bradnor Hill on an at times indistinct, at times overgrown PB back to Kington. At a guess, over 12km in all - companion's step counter said 16km total." - Rushock Hill, vygodski, Jul 7, 2018
"SOUTHERNDALE Horseshoe, Northern Fells, Cumbria, England (Section 34A) Wednesday 4th July 2018 Wednesday 4th July 2018. An ascent of Bakestall 673m/8m, Skiddaw 931m/709m, Little Man 865m/61m, Carl Side 746m/30m, Long Side 734m/40m and Ullock Pike 690m/14m in the Northern Fells, Lake District. 17.2km, with 1130m of ascent. 7hrs 20mins. We spent rather too long at our gathering place at DB’s house to use the cool of the morning for the first part of today’s hike over the Skiddaw group in the Northern Fells. By the time we had driven north, it was nearly midday when we set off. The Bri" - Skiddaw, marktrengove2, Jul 4, 2018
"From The Square in Kington, down Crooked Well, across the A road, up lane then footpath passing the house through field, up through houses and onto bracken hillside. Then on to golf course and up to 8th tee on the women's course which is the highest point. Then down road to golf course and back into Kington" - Bradnor Hill, vygodski, Jul 3, 2018
"Last Day of a short break in the Lake District. Short walk before driving home. Bright sunny day, but unusually hot 29c. Parked at Glencoyne Bridge on Ullswater and walked up through Glencoyne woods in the shade. Above the woods, we continued W on the main track up Bleabank side to the col at Nick Head. Here we turned E and went up the easy slopes to the summit, this section normally wet underfoot was v dry. Good views of Ullswater and the surrounding Lake District peaks, + a breeze to cool the hot day." - Sheffield Pike, davidlong, Jun 27, 2018

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