Website Change Log

Website Change Log

Moss’s 2000 ft Summits  

Moss’s 2000 ft Summits are a  list of 404 two thousand foot summits in England & Wales (mostly excluding the English Lake District – see Simpson list) published in four articles in the Rucksack Club Journal by Edward (“Ted”) Moss, between 1939 & 1954. The list was defined by the original publications and is not subject » read more »

Wrights and Simpsons Lists  

For those of you who bag summits on historical lists, you may be interested to know that we now have the following two lists Simpson’s 2000ft summits A list of 225 2000-foot summits in the English Lake District published in the 1937 Wayfarer’s Journal “Concerning Contours” article by FHF Simpson. Wright’s 2000ft English Mountain » read more »

Mountain Excel CSV Spreadsheet Files  

We’ve added the ability to download displayed hills & trigpoints complete with their Grid References, Latitude & Longitude and bagged status on all of our UK hill, Mountain and Trig-point pages in CSV format compatible with Excel Spreadsheets. For Example the Munros Excel Spreadsheet looks like this…    

Pedwars and The Fours  

With the help and support of Myrddyn and Aled the haroldstreet website can now announce that we are proud hosts of the Pewdar and Fours lists for GPS Waypoints, Google mapping and on-line hill bagging tick lists. A ‘Pedwar’ is a hill in Wales between the heights of 400 metres and 499 metres that has » read more »

Bernie Hughes Garmin POI Files  

Haroldstreet is proud to host Bernie Hughe’s Garmin POI Files of the Database of British & Irish Hills “Whereas Garmin units typically have storage capacity for a stricty limited number of Waypoints, using POI files allows for many thousands of more detailed entries to be stored. In addition to giving each hill’s location, these POI files contain » read more »

Author: Phil Newby