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.
- Sorry, for licensing reasons, printing is not available for 'Bing' OS maps. 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. If open, Google's Picasa captures the screen print automatically.