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Nuttalls

A hill is classified as a Nuttall if it is in England or Wales and its summit is at least 2000 feet (610 metres) high, with a minimum drop of 15 metres on all sides.

This classification was defined by John and Anne Nuttall and they list the mountains in their two volume guide The Mountains of England and Wales, now in its third edition.

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There are 446 Nuttalls, 256 in England (including Windy Gyle which lies on the England/Scotland border) and 190 in Wales.

Click on any Nuttall on the maps below to find out more about it or search our database using the hill finder:

English Nuttalls

(This map excludes High Willhays and Yes Tor, the only southern English Nuttalls, both of which lie on Dartmoor.)

Welsh Nuttalls


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