First released in 2009, this popular application includes data for almost 20,000 hills in the UK and Ireland, plus over 90 lists including ...

Munros and Munro Tops, Corbetts, Grahams, Donalds, Furths, Marilyns, Wainwrights and Outlying Fells, Birketts, all County Tops and many more.

Almost an entire lifetime of hill walking. If you run out, please let me know!

- Choose the lists you would like to complete, and view counts per list (hills completed, total and percentage)
- View each list on a map, and animate your journey in the order climbed
- Sort lists by section/book number, name, height, distance, date climbed or ascents
- View all ascents in the app, sorted by date climbed
- View all hills in the app sorted alphabetically, by distance from your default location, section, height ... etc
- Track completed hills by ticking those you have climbed, adding the date and any notes for each ascent
- Supports multiple ascents (per hill) and multiple rounds (of lists)
- See route information for popular hills, provided via external links to the Walk Highlands and MountainViews websites
- View up-to-date weather information for selected regions in Scotland, Wales and England, provided by the Mountain Weather Information Service (MWIS) website
- Share your location by email or SMS/text when you get to the top of each hill
- See statistics of your ascents, e.g. a breakdown per month or by year, plus a list of most frequently climbed hills
- Browse nearby hills on a map
- Set your default location by searching for places or postcodes
- Backup your data and sync it between devices using iCloud, Dropbox, AirDrop or email
- Universal app, works on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad

The data for the UK and Ireland has been extracted from version 17.3 of the Database of British and Irish Hills (DoBIH), with kind permission from Chris Crocker and Alan Dawson.

Route information for the Munros, Corbetts, Grahams, Donalds, Wainwrights, Hewitts and most of the Trail 100 is provided via external links to the Walk Highlands website.

Route information for all the lists in Ireland is provided via external links to the MountainViews website.

Weather information for Scotland, England and Wales is provided by the MWIS website.

Please use the link to my support page from the App Store page or from the app itself (or simply go to

Alternatively, contact me directly via my support pages and you will get a quick response.

What’s New

Version 7.3

Updated the underlying Database of British and Irish Hills (DoBIH) to version 17.3.

Added separate county tops lists for Scotland, Wales and England.

Added more detailed stats for tracked and completed lists, and for each month and year in the dashboard view. Swipe right to left and choose Stats.

As an example you can now track which days per month you have climbed hills on (or not, if you want to fill in the gaps).

Minor changes for iOS 15 compatability.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
73 Ratings

73 Ratings

LuckyBuccaneer ,

Learning curve but worth it

There is way more to this app than what is on the surface! Have a good play about with the settings and filters and this will become something you can’t do without. It has everything I need to track and find new places to explore.

Add to that, Graham is genuinely interested in improving the app, and is always taking onboard constructive feedback to make it better. For example, and all you colourblind folk can thank me later, I contacted him about the possibility of changing the ‘climbed’ pins as I couldn’t tell the difference between the red and green. He immediately contacted me with some ideas for improvement, updated the app with some codes for me to test the pin styles and colours for him, and now it’s rolled out to the main app. That’s class!

Well done mate! Fan for life.

Developer Response ,

You are welcome. I actually prefer using blue for ticked hills myself.

Ulvbob ,


This app has a lot to answer for; I first came across it years ago when I was given the Relatives Hills book, I thought it would be a handy progress recording method. But beware, it has turned me into a list ticker and it could do the same to you. The depths of information contained within the lists and maps slowly and inexorably draws you in until you are snared.
One list, two lists, ha! this is just the start, before long, like me, you will become a multi list ticker, trawling the lists to see which hills feature in more than one, thus enabling two ticks instead of just one.
The lists can be sorted in several ways, and filtered to show all, climbed and to do, as can the maps.
This app has changed my life, and I can’t thank the writers enough.

Developer Response ,

There is a map view specifically to show all your unclimbed hills in multiple tracked lists. Top right of the lists tab. :-)

Samnorthernlights ,

Essential App for hill walkers

I have been using this app for years now and it is great. Wouldn’t be without it. All my hill walks are logged using it. I noticed someone else say they found navigation around it tricky and I would agree, and the recent updates have not really clarified this. I would say I always find what I want and get to where I want but it could be easier. For example a simple toggle while viewing say Munros for hills done, hills not done would be great. Also (and I’ve suggested this before and surprised others would not find this useful) it would be just fantastic if I could add who was on the walk (me obviously but mainly who accompanied) so you can easily search for walks you were on with certain individuals. You can put it in a spreadsheet and add this but this rather defeats the purpose. But as I say great app and please keep up the good work!

Developer Response ,

There is a completed/todo toggle on the filter/sort screen which is accessed through the menu icon (top left). You can quickly access this by swiping in from the left.

You can record who you were with in the notes. I will look at making that searchable. UPDATE: now supported in v6.8.

App Privacy

The developer, Graham Haley, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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