Conachair summit
Happy baggers on top of Conachair (photo: Brent Lynam) 

People and community

Profiles

Absent friends: remembering Hall of Fame members no longer with us
Member profiles: Hall of Fame members who are still around

Mailing lists

The main way for Marilyn (and Hump) baggers to keep in touch and keep up to date is via the RHB group and mailing list. Active baggers are encouraged to sign up. Any message sent to rhb@yahoogroups.com will go to all members of the group. To contact the administrator, the relevant address is rhb@rhb.org.uk. The Tump Forum and mailing list is for those interested in Tumps, Simms and Dodds. The address for the administrator is tumphof@gmail.com.

Social media

The Facebook group perceptively called The Relative Hills of Britain is the one to join. This is run by Rick Salter who is one of more active baggers, particularly since he retired at a disgracefully young age. Twitter probably has its merits but to be honest we can't be bothered with it.

Halls of Fame

The first list of people who had climbed over 600 Marilyns was published in April 1996. A year later the term Marilyn Hall of Fame was introduced and membership had increased from six to ten. Requests to join should be sent to rhb@rhb.org.uk. The Hump Hall of Fame followed in 2010, for those with over 1200 Humps in their bag. These were inexorably followed by the Simm Hall of Fame and the Tump Hall of Fame, both with an entry level of 2000. Where will it end...