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Simm Hall of Fame

A Simm is a hill in Britain that is at least 600 metres high and has a drop of at least 30 metres on all sides. Only three people are known to have climbed all 2531 Simms, but anyone with at least 2000 Simms in their bag is eligible for the Simm Hall of Fame. As this is a distant target for many baggers, the Simm Corridor is open to those who have climbed at least 1500 Simms.

Last updated: 12 Feb 2020

    Total Simms First Simm   2000th Simm   Final Simm  
Ken Whyte Toward 2531 Cat Law 1968     Cruachan Beag 21 Sep 2010
Iain Thow Castleton 2531 Monawee 1967     Cut Hill 7 Jun 2015
Michael Earnshaw Penrith 2531 Spidean Coinich 2001 Sgurr na Feartaig N Top 8 May 2017 Cruach Fhiarach 16 Jul 2019
Andy Hyams Edinburgh 2526            
Colin Crawford Glasgow 2438 Tinto 1966 Stac nam Bodach 30 Mar 2009    
Alan Dawson Killin 2389 Snowdon 1972 Manywee 29 Oct 2014    
Gavin Theobald Fort William 2364 Marsco 1991 Round Hill 28 May 2016    
Rob Woodall Peterborough 2343 Carnedd Llewelyn 1976 Beinn na Loinne 7 May 2012    
Neil Sandilands Perth 2302 Benyellary   An Creachal Beag 9 Jun 2016    
Eric Young Balloch 2258 Ben Lawers 1970 Meall Coire an t-Searraich 17 Jun 2018    
Anne Bunn Egglescliffe 2232 Scafell Pike 1983 Carn a' Chlarsaich 9 Aug 2018    
Graham Illing Congleton 2165            
Colin Donnelly Hawick 2153            
Alan Whatley Birmingham 2007            

Anne Bunn is currently the only woman in Simm Hall of Fame and Allison Robertson is the only woman in the Simm Corridor.

Simm Corridor

Bill Fairmaner 1982
Bert Barnett 1868
Alan Castle 1818
Jim Bloomer 1803
Richard Speirs 1758
Martin Richardson 1733
Gary Jones 1707
Alistair Deering 1685
Dick Scroop 1683
Richard Tibbetts 1656
Tony Smith 1634
Lindsay Boyd 1632
Richard Webb 1632
Iain Brown 1626
Stewart Logan 1625
Eddie Dealtry 1621
Lindsay Munro 1620
Robert Phillips 1620
John Ward 1604
Andrew Tibbetts 1595
Alan Brook 1595
Rick Salter 1593
Allison Robertson 1590
David Stallard 1507