The summits in this list stretch across the entire breadth of the UK and represent the highest points in each of the UK's National Parks.
These cover diverse environments from the rugged peaks of the Cairngorms to the Fens of the Norfolk Broads and vary in height from the diminuative Strumpshaw Hill (40m) to the dramatic summit plateau of Ben Macdui (1309m).
It should be noted that some of these peaks require a good technical ability so care should be taken when preparing for these summit attempts.
The inclusion of a summit on our site may not always mean the hill is accessible. Some summits may be on private land with no public right of way or open access. Landowner permission must be sought before accessing a hill on private land. Access rights in Scotland are separate from the rest of the UK.
This list was put together using the Database of British and Irish Hills v17 (http://www.hills-database.co.uk) which is available to all through the Creative Commons License.