Munro and Corbett Mountain Chart
Publisher: Harvey Maps
Series: Harveys Charts
Language: English text
Format: Folded Map Size 880x1145mm
This Munro map is a chart which shows and lists all Munros (mountains over 3000ft), Corbetts (over 2500ft), Grahams and Donalds (over 2000ft). A selection of other hills are named for information. Re-launched in 2012 with revised information, clearer mapping and easier to read symbols, this folded chart has a detachable cover making it suitable for wall mounting, and space for recording your date of ascent.
A Munro is a mountain in Scotland with a height over 3,000 ft (914.4 m). They are named after Sir Hugh Munro (1856-1919) who produced the first list of such hills, known as Munros Tables, in 1891. A Munro top is a summit over 3,000 ft which is not regarded as a separate mountain. As of the 2009, revision of the tables, published by the Scottish Mountaineering Club, there are 282 Munros and 227 further subsidiary tops. The most well known Munro is Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles, with an altitude of 1,344 metres (4,409 ft).
For more information about the Munros customers may be interested in Munros: Scottish Mountaineering Club Hillwalkers Guide.
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