That sort of thing is where drawing distinctions about lumps gets tricky. With most british uplands being glaciated at least somewhere, there's normally at leats part of a hill which is pretty dramatic, even when the summit is a broad plateau.
Kinder a classic case of cours, but most of the 'gorms say. Even things like the Arran's and Helvellyn are relatively tame from one side. Maybe their 'mountainous' sides are enough to count, but what about wild boar fell say? Quite a decent scarp on one side, broad hill on the other.
Anyhow, I do actually simply rather like moorland lumps so I'd let them all count
One man's mountain is another man's molehill?
It's nothing more than a somantic game, I'll leave those people who care to argue the toss is a silly newspaper all the more space on the top for the rest of us!
nothing more than a somantic game
Sorry, but...... "sEmantic"
This thread has sunk from Scafell and Stac Pollaidh to Canvey Island - the discussion has really gone downhill.
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