Maps of the Hills and Mountains of Britain and Ireland
- Great Britain
- OS Explorer (1:25,000 scale) mapping is used for England, Scotland and Wales
- Northern Ireland
- Open Cycle Map (based on Open Streetmap) mapping is used as there is no online OSNI mapping. OSNI produce paper 1:50,000, and some 1:25,000 maps.
- Isle of Man
- OS Landranger (1:50,000 scale) mapping is used. There is a paper 1:25,000 scale map (i.e. There is OS 1:50K mapping, but not 1:25K mapping).
- Channel Islands
- Open Cycle Map (based on Open Streetmap) mapping is used as there is no online OS mapping. A paper 1:25,000 map is available.
- Ireland (Eire)
- Open Cycle Map (based on Open Streetmap) mapping is used as there is no online OSI mapping. OSI produce paper 1:50,000, and some 1:25,000 maps.
- Database of British and Irish Hills
- Relative Height
- Relative height, drop, or prominence is the height difference between a hill's summit and the col (lowest point) connecting it to the next higher summit. "Marilyns" are hills with a prominence of 150 metres, and "Humps" have 100 metres. There are some even in the southeast of England. Hills which are not Marilyns are usually subsidiary peaks of a higher hill.
- Click landscape or portrait above. Use Print Preview. You may have to alter the scale option to keep the printout on 1 page. Only the map will be printed (not the menus, ads etc). Printing works better with newer browsers, Chrome, and Firefox
- Screen Capture
- (On Windows) To copy a map to the clipboard : use CRTL PRINT-SCREEN (that press and hold the CTRL key, then press PRINT SCREEN). You can then paste it into MS Word. Google'e Picasa picks captures the screen print automatically.