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Marilynists

A Marilyn is a hill of any height with a drop of 150 metres or more on all sides. The Marilyns in Britain and the Isle of Man were first listed in the book The Relative Hills of Britain (RHB) by Alan Dawson, published by Cicerone Press in April 1992. Marilynists are people who have climbed all hills that were classed as Marilyns at the time they recorded finishing the list.

Current number of Marilyns: 1556
Current number of Marilynists: 10
Last updated: 28 Sep 2016

Name Home First Marilyn Date Final Marilyn Date
Rob Woodall Peterborough Carnedd Llewelyn 1976 Stac Lee 13 Oct 2014
Eddie Dealtry Kendal Snowdon 1968 Stac Lee 13 Oct 2014
Michael Earnshaw Penrith Spidean Coinich, Quinag May 2001 Stac Lee 17 Oct 2015
Alan Whatley Mickleover Drygarn Fawr 1972 Stac Lee 17 Oct 2015
Martin Richardson Huddersfield Mynydd Troed Aug 1963 Leum Uilleim 19 Mar 2016
Tony Smith Montrose Urra Moor Aug 1966 Ben Stack 14 May 2016
Richard Tibbetts Auchterarder Pen y Fan Oct 1961 Carn a'Ghaill 25 May 2016
Richard Mclellan Sutton Coldfield The Wrekin 1966 Stac Pollaidh 29 May 2016
Jenny Hatfield Blencow Helvellyn Jun 1972 Cruinn a'Bheinn 25 Sep 2016
Rick Salter Blencow Skiddaw Aug 1974 Cruinn a'Bheinn 25 Sep 2016

Anyone who has climbed at least 600 Marilyns is eligible to join the Marilyn Hall of Fame (Marhof), which has over 320 members. To apply, contact the RHB membership secretary Chris Watson by email to rhb@rhb.org.uk.