Front Page News

Some 2001 Landmarks

A New Welsh Marilyn? Mynydd y Cwm (30C, SJ073767) by Mark Trengove

Other Candidates for Change

Ill Met By Internet: A Barra Caravanner's Tale by Chris Watson

2001 Reviews

Confessions of an unrepentant peakbagger by Alan Castle

Corridor Exit

Over The Sea To 17E by Paul Richardson

Meadow rue, heath red and blue, mugwort, speedwell and shrub by Pete Sellers

Marilyn Hall of Fame 31 December 2001

Hall Statistics

Cellar Field

Excuse Annex

Hall of Shame

Wee Gems

Strangely Strange But Oddly Normal

Ethics and Access in Wales by David Robinson

Pairc and Ride Scheming by Chris Pearson

Tips for the Tops

Peak Bogging in Ireland by Peter Wilson

A Limerick for Marilynists by Tom Anderson

Corbett Completion by Canoe by Pete Sellers

Back Page News

This is the fourth edition of Marhofn, the Marilyn Hall of Fame newsletter. A Marilyn is a hill of any height with a drop of 150 metres or more on all sides. In other words, a relatively high hill. There are 1552 Marilyns in Britain, and this newsletter is for people who like to climb them, especially people who have climbed 600 or more, and so are eligible for membership of the Marilyn Hall of Fame. You probably read this last year so I don't know why you're reading it again cause it's just the same. The Marilyns are all listed in a book called The Relative Hills of Britain (RHB) by Alan Dawson, published by Cicerone Press in April 1992. Details of subsequent changes to the list of Marilyns have been published in a series of update sheets, most recently in April 2002. Marhofn is distributed free of charge to Hall of Fame members and anyone else interested, although contributions such as stamps and cheques are welcome. Many thanks to everyone who has already assisted - it is very much appreciated.