List of Hewitts and Nuttalls in Wales


List of Hewitts and Nuttalls in Wales

The Snowdon Massif


=The Arenigs=

The Rhinogydd

Radnor Forest

The Brecon Beacons

ee also

* Hill lists in the British Isles
* List of Hewitts and Nuttalls in England
* Marilyn
* List of mountains of the British Isles by relative height — a full list of mountains in the 'P600' class
* WASHIS — a list of Welsh hills over 600m

Notes

fnb|1 Waun Garnedd-y-Filiast, Waun Lefrith, Waun Camddwr, Cnicht north top, Craiglwyn, Foel Meirch and Moelwyn Mawr north ridge top were all added to the list of Nuttalls between the first and second editions of the book. [cite web | url=http://www.nuttalls.com/mountains/2000.htm | last=Nuttall | first=John & Anne | title=The Mountains of England and Wales | year=2003 | accessdate=2006-10-31]

fnb|2 Traditionally, the top of "Maen Du" (674 m at gbm4ibx|SH823152) was regarded as Maesglase's summit. However, more recent surveys suggest that the top of "Craig Rhiw-erch" ("c" 676 m at gbm4ibx|SH817150, some 600 m to the west) is higher. [cite web | url=http://www.rhb.org.uk/marhofn/marhofn49/rhbupdat.htm | last=Dawson | first=Alan | title=RHB Update | year=2000 | accessdate=2006-10-06]

fnb|3 The Black Mountain straddles the English–Welsh border, and is therefore sometimes included on English lists too.

fnb|4 Carnedd y Filiast north top and Castell y Gwynt were added to the list of Nuttalls in September 2007, [cite web | url=http://www.nuttalls.com/news/0024.htm | last=Nuttall | first=John & Anne | title=New Welsh Summits | year=2007 | accessdate=2007-09-05] and at the same time Cadair Bronwen northeast top was removed. [cite web | url=http://www.nuttalls.com/news/0025.htm | last=Nuttall | first=John & Anne | title=A sad demise is reported | year=2007 | accessdate=2007-09-05]

fnb|5 Mynydd Graig Goch was resurveyed and found to be 609.75m, [cite web | url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/north_west/7623904.stm | title=Survey turns hill into a mountain | author=BBC News | year=2008 | accessdate=2008-09-27] and therefore a Hewitt and a Nuttall.

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