Summit Relocations


This part of the Mapping Mountains blog details summit relocations I have been associated with, and include those for position and those for feature.  These include those initiated by surveys with the Trimble GeoXH 6000, those from analysis of LIDAR data, those from map study and those from other accurate surveys.

The individual Summit Relocation posts that have been published on Mapping Mountains are grouped together and appear under their classification in their respective hill lists.  The Summit Relocation posts can be accessed from the hill list titles that appear below.




Y Pellennig – The Remotest Hills of Wales

Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams (13.08.17 publication)





The Welsh 500m P15s (Yr Uchafion)

Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams (17.08.17 publication)





500m Twmpau – The 500m Hills of Wales

Author:  Myrddyn Phillips (21.08.17 publication)





Y Pedwarau – The 400m Hills of Wales

Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams (25.08.17 publication)





The Fours – The 400m Hills of England

Authors:  Myrddyn Phillips and Aled Williams (28.08.17 publication)





Y Trichant – The 300m Hills of Wales

Author:  Myrddyn Phillips (04.09.17 publication)





200m Twmpau – The 200m Hills of Wales

Author:  Myrddyn Phillips (07.09.17 publication)





100m Twmpau – The 100m Hills of Wales

Author:  Myrddyn Phillips (11.09.17 publication)





30-99m Twmpau – The 30-99m Hills of Wales

Author:  Myrddyn Phillips (15.09.17 publication)





Y Trechol – The Dominant Hills of Wales

Author:  Myrddyn Phillips (17.09.17 publication)





The 500-Metre Tops of England and Wales – The Deweys

Author:  Michael Dewey (21.09.17 publication)





The Tumps

Author:  Mark Jackson (26.09.17 publication)




























































































































































































































 






































































 




















































































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