Halls of Fame for UK and international relative hill lists

The latest totals of hills and peaks ascended by hill baggers for these metric Relative Hill Lists are the totals at the end of 2022:

The lists are updated around March-April each year. These lists only include those who have submitted data to us. If you want to be included or spot errors, please email hof@rhsoc.uk.

Halls of Fame Badges


We designed new personalised badges for the 2019 Awards to Members and subscribers to Relative Matters who have reached landmarks in the Society’s Halls of Fame. This design will be used again for the 2022 Awards.

For those of you who missed out on a badge in years gone by (when they were only presented to those who attended the Annual Dinner), we are now offering the opportunity to purchase one of these colourful badges for only £5 inc p&p. However, you do need to be in the current Relative Matters HoF Tables to qualify to make a purchase.

We are also now offering award badges for separate Completions of Welsh and English Marilyns and Humps. For all of these, please contact Jonathan Woods at hof@rhsoc.uk.



Join Us

The Relative Hills Society is a friendly, informal group, aimed at helping folk meet their climbing and walking ambitions, and have fun in the hills.
We aim to promote an interest in climbing the British hills that are prominent relative to their surroundings.
We welcome new members. Members join us to read our Annual Journal, check out our Halls of Fame and join us on Members' Events and Trips including an annual trip to St.Kilda.
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