Hill Bagging

Hill Bagging Tick Lists for Members

Example Screen Shot

Example Screen Shot

 

Members can use the lists of hills and waypoints as your own personal hill bagging tick-lists.

First register as a Member,  then Log-in and go to the Hill list of choice.

Just tick the check-box next to the names of the hills you’ve climbed, we will record and display each hill’s “bagged” status on all your hill lists and the maps too (green for climbed and red for not yet climbed).

Welsh Marilyns List

Welsh Marilyns List

This allows you to “tick-off” your Wainwrights, Munros, Hewitts, Nuttalls, Marilyns and so on as you do them. This is really useful for planning bagging expeditions and the map view helps form your optimum bagging strategy.

Best of all, as it is driven by a database, it automatically cross-references the hills you have climbed against all the lists of hill types, and also across different areas… So if you tick off “Sca Fell Pike” in the Wainwrights list, it will also be ticked off in the Hewitts, Nuttalls and Marilyns lists, and also in the “Area 34: Lake District” hills list as well.

  1. Register as a Member
  2. then Log-in
  3. finally go to the Waypoints & Hills Index and navigate to the hill list of your choice…

For Example: here’s my own Welsh Marilyns Bagging page

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8 Responses to “Hill Bagging Tick Lists for Members”

  1. John Fisher

    Wainwright list please

  2. Phil Newby

    Its here;
    http://www.haroldstreet.org.uk/wainwrights/

    but you’ll need to log in first to use it…

  3. colin oakley

    I used to be able to find not just the trig point,gid ref but also other bits of information ,like when it was built etc is that still available, I used to just put in the bench (OSBM number )and all the relevent info would pop up.Am I looking in the wrong place or can you recommend another site that gives this feature.

    many thanks
    colin

  4. Phil Newby

    Hi Colin
    I think you are looking for http://www.trigpointinguk.com/trigtools/

    Phil Newby
    Mountain GPS Waypoints & Walking Routes
    http://www.haroldstreet.org.uk

  5. GeoJools

    Hi, this website looks like a great resource, however I am struggling trying to use it on intuition. I have tried to log that I’ve bagged the trig point Blackstone Edge, and click the box to say “climbed”, however it does not appear to have saved that I’ve bagged that trig point when I go back onto the map, and I can’t seem to find a summary page of what you have bagged. What am I doing wrong?

  6. Phil Newby

    Sorry to hear you are having difficulties with the site.
    I assume your login must have worked OK or you wouldn’t even see the little check box.

    Here is a quick link to Blackstone Edge… http://www.haroldstreet.org.uk/waypoints/download/?hill=Blackstone+Edge&hillnumber=5319

    Can you check that the title bar is Orange (not red) and has “Logged in:- ‘GeoJools'” in green next to “Bagging Blackstone Edge”?
    Then you ought to be able to tick it off using the tick box next to its name i.e. directly under “Tick off Blackstone Edge using the check-box below…”.

    Once ticked the Waypoint Name ‘0474ap’ should change from pink to green, and the icon on the map should also change to a green tick. (Then when you refresh the page your user name should also appear in the blue list near the bottom.)

    All your bagged hills & trigpoints should also be listed on this page…
    http://www.haroldstreet.org.uk/members/contributions.php?user=me

    The website does require “Javascript” to be able to change the colours & icons so if your web browser is not enabled for Javascript then it won’t work.

    I guess one thing that might be confusing is that Blackstone Edge – the Hill & Blackstone Edge – the Trigpoint are considered to be one single bagging target by this site (and so share a single page) and your tick counts for both, despite them being 166m apart (this is nearing the maximum for the site so it is an unusual example more often trigpoints and summits are much closer together if not exactly the same).

    Is that any help?

  7. Roger

    Dear Phil,

    Thanks very much for this website, a great source of information. I can’t work out how to download members’ gpx files for use on my own device. Am I just blind and don’t see the button/link, or is this not possible? Thanks.

    Roger

  8. Phil Newby

    Hi Roger
    1st Click on the title of the route in the routes list or the waypoints of choice in the waypoint lists

    for example “Yorkshire Three Peaks Route” will take you here…
    http://www.haroldstreet.org.uk/yorkshire-3-peaks-route/

    then the big green “GPX file” download button on the left should start the GPX file downloading
    GPX File

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