If you know I just bought the “British History for Dummies” book, maybe you’ll forgive me if this topic looks stupid to you :o).
Browsing through the Philip’s Navigator atlas of Britain (that big one), I came across a couple of hills in southern England that are not mentioned in the G/SE SOTA list.
Gills Lap 204m high TQ43
Tolsford Hill 178m TR13
Bostal Hill 190m TQ40
Wolstonbury Hill 206m TQ21
Newtimber Hill 202m TQ21
Devil’s Dyke (Fulking) 217m TQ21
Truleigh Hill 216m TQ21
On the other hand Cliffe Hill with “only” 164m hight is a valid SOTA.
Any reason why the above mentioned are not valid for SOTA despite the fact that they are higher than the valid one?