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    Hill Bagging

    Anybody used this website for the mountains of England and Wales?
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    Re: Hill Bagging

    Is hill bagging similar to Tea bagging ?.

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    Re: Hill Bagging

    Quote Originally Posted by tri-mind View Post
    Is hill bagging similar to Tea bagging ?.
    Tea bagging the best cure for a noisy crew

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    Re: Hill Bagging

    Quote Originally Posted by XRunner View Post
    Anybody used this website for the mountains of England and Wales?
    For several years now I have been using another criteria for the higher hills of Scotland; having become sick and tired of various luminaries messing around with the Munro Tables for what appear to be very piffling reasons!
    In Alan Dawson's book The Relative Hills of Britain ( The "Marilyns") he lists 217 Marilyns in Scotland that exceed 3,000 feet in altitude. I now concentrate on this sub-set of Marilyns; I now only go up Marilyn Munros!!

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    Re: Hill Bagging

    Quote Originally Posted by wheezing donkey View Post
    I now concentrate on this sub-set of Marilyns; I now only go up Marilyn Munros!!
    If you keep up your Marilyn Munro's you may need this website
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    Re: Hill Bagging

    Quote Originally Posted by XRunner View Post
    Anybody used this website for the mountains of England and Wales?
    Apparently we now also have Bridgets; hills of interest not included elsewhere in the anorac's lists. So, apparently, Mam Tor is a Bridget

    http://www.go4awalk.com/uk-mountains...s-scotland.php

    All very freudian and vaguely sexist in my book...............

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