A couple who created their own list of mountains in England and Wales have used their walking boots
to complete walking them for the third time, while making a few revisions.
John and Ann Nuttall have finished the additions to and subtractions from the Nuttalls, a list of 443 peaks in England and Wales over 2,000 ft, Grough reports.
The couple have been making changes for the next editions of their guides to the summits, which are classified by having at least 50 ft of prominence.
Among the additions is Mynydd Graig Goch in Snowdonia, which was found to be 2,000 ft high in a GPS survey by Graham Jackson, John Barnard and Myrddyn Phillips, the trio who have recently re-surveyed the heights of nearby Tryfan and Glyder Fawr.
John Nuttall commented: "The books have become the definitive guide to the mountains and it is the ambition of many walkers to climb them all."
There are several mountain tick lists in Britain, such as the Wainwrights - the 214 fells in the Lake District listed in the late author's guidebooks - and the Munros - Scotland's 283 mountains over 3,000 ft.
Posted by Brandon Egley