Hillwalkers' Register 5
A Dewey is defined as a mountain or hill in either England or Wales that exceeds 500 metres in height above sea level, but is below 610 metres (2000ft) in altitude; it must be separated from adjacent tops by a height difference of at least 30 metres on all sides. There are currently 436 Deweys (as at December 2009). A completion without the ascent of the tor on the summit of Great Links Tor (a high grade rock climb) in Dartmoor is acceptable; please state whether or not this was climbed when submitting the Claim Form. To date only six people are known to have ascended all of the Deweys, but a “Table of Progress” of hillwalkers’ achievements with this list is published each April in the HR Annual Report.
|DEWEY:||Mountain Tables by Michael Dewey. Chapter 2. Constable. (1995). This book contains the original list of 373 summits, the “500m tops of England and Wales” that have now become known as the Deweys. The list of the Deweys now contains well over 400 summits.
For the most up-to-date list of the Deweys (available as an electronic copy only, sent by email attachment) email firstname.lastname@example.org
|1||Rob Woodall||M||GLT||1||Nov 1998|
|2||Bob Garrett||M||1||Jul 2004|
|3||Graham Timothy Illing||M||GLT||1||Jul 2008|
|4||Andy Sutton||M||1||Apr 2009|
|5||David Purchase||M||1||Jun 2009|
|6||Anton Ciritis||M||1||Sep 2009|
|7||Carole Engel||F||1||Jun 2010|
|8||Mick Moore||M||GLT||1||Aug 2012|
|9||John Kirk||M||GLT||1||Oct 2012|