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Who are the Marilyns?

The Marilyns are the best known of the Relative Hills lists covering Great Britain and are the best-loved list of RHSoc members, based on their popularity within our Halls of Fame.

What type of Hill is Marilyn?

A Marilyn is a hill of any height with a drop of 150 metres (nearly 500 ft) or more on all sides. So it is a hill which is relatively high compared to its surroundings.

What is the difference between a Marilyn and a submarilyn?

A Marilyn is a hill of any height with a drop of 150 metres (nearly 500 ft) or more on all sides. So it is a hill which is relatively high compared to its surroundings. A subMarilyn is a hill which just fails (by up to 10m) to qualify on the drop rule, i.e. drop of 140m to 149m on all sides.

Who created the Marilyn classification of mountain ranges?

The Marilyn classification was created by Alan Dawson in his 1992 book The Relative Hills of Britain.[3] The name Marilyn was coined by Dawson as a punning contrast to the Munroclassification of Scottish mountains above 3,000 ft (914.4 m), but which has no explicit prominence threshold, being homophonouswith (Marilyn) Monroe.[4]

What is a Marilyn?

A Marilyn is defined as an elevated area, such as a hill or mountain, found either in the Isle of Man, the United Kingdom or in the Republic of Ireland that has a prominence exceeding 492 feet.

When were the Marilyns first listed?

^Alan Dawson (July 2018). Marilyn timeline. The Relative Hills of Britain. 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.

How many Marilyns are there in the UK?

As of mid January, 2021, there were 1,556 Marilyns in Great Britain with 1,219 Marilyns in Scotland, 174 in England, 158 in Wales, and 5 in the Isle of Man. Precise GNSS Heighting Surveys using Differential GPS are regularly carried out by enthusiasts and there are quite often changes to the List.

What are theMarilyns?

Compiled by Alan Dawson the Marilyns are a list of hills and mountains in England, Scotland, Wales and the Isle of Man of any height with at least 152m (approx 500ft) of ascent or prominence all round. There are currently 1558 Marilyns in the United Kingdom: There are also 454 Marilyns in Ireland.

Definition - What is a Marilyn? A Marilyn is simply defined as a hill within Great Britain or Ireland with a prominence of 150 metres or more regardless of height. Hill prominence refers to the relative height compared to surrounding hills.

Are there any Marilyn hills in the UK?

What is a submarilyn?

So it is a hill which is relatively high compared to its surroundings. A subMarilyn is a hill which just fails (by up to 10m) to qualify on the drop rule, i.e. drop of 140m to 149m on all sides. The Marilyns are so-called by the lists compiler, Alan Dawson, after the more famous mountain list - the Munros.

What are Marilyns?

The Marilyns. A Marilyn is a hill of any height with a drop of 150 metres (nearly 500 ft) or more on all sides. So it is a hill which is relatively high compared to its surroundings.

What is the difference between a Marilyn and a hump?

A Marilyn is a hill with a prominence of at least 150 metres or about 500 feet. A HuMP (the acronym comes from Hu ndred M etre P rominence) is a hill with a prominence of at least 100 but less than 150 metres. In this table Marilyns are in beige and HuMPs in lilac.

What type of Hill is Marilyn?

A Marilyn is a hill of any height with a drop of 150 metres (nearly 500 ft) or more on all sides. So it is a hill which is relatively high compared to its surroundings.

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