Hill lists in the British Isles
As Nuttall is called a mountain in England and Wales, the ( 609.6 meters) is at least 2000 feet high and at least 50 feet ( 15.2 meters) rises from its surroundings. This bizarre classification was introduced by John and Anne Nuttall and includes 252 mountains in England and 188 in Wales.
With the exception of Pillar Rock, a rock pinnacle at the Pillar in the Lake District all Nuttall can be climbed without special rock climbing equipment. By September 2006 134 people are known to have climbed all Nuttall.
It has been criticized that were included by considering a saddle height of only 15 meters to many insignificant mountains to the list. The list of Hewitt is an attempt to correct this deficiency.