As well as providing information on each hill (useful for walk planning), you can record notes from when you climbed it.
- Search for hills by name
- List hills by name, height or region
- See information on hills' classification, height, prominence, location, summit features and useful Ordnance Survey maps
- View hill location on a map, either individually or all together
- Get bearing and distance from the phone's current location to the hill summit
- Audio pronunciations of hill names, via the optional Munro Bagging Sounds extension application
Features to come:
- Import/export climb notes to file, to allow migration between phones
- Integration with photo albums
- Social media integration ("share my climb")
Uses data from the Database of British and Irish Hills (http://www.hills-database.co.uk/), licensed under Creative Commons 3.0.
Audio clips supplied by and used with kind permission of Comunn na Gàidhlig (CnaG) (http://www.cnag.org.uk/)
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A corbett is a mountain in Scotland with a height between 2,500 ft (762.0 m) and 3,000 ft (914.4 m) with a drop of 500 ft (152.4 m) all round. They are named after John Rooke Corbett (1876-1949) who compiled the original list of hills in the 1920s. The list was not published until after his death, when his sister passed it on to the Scottish Mountaineering Club (SMC).
The SMC has included the list of corbetts in its Munros Tables®. As of the 2012 revision of the Tables, published by the SMC, there are 221 corbetts.
This application, based on the 2012 revision, is a 'tick list' for keeping track of which corbetts have been climbed.
(Munros Tables is a registered trademark of the SMC.)
App functionality includes:
- Indicating that a corbett has been climbed.
- Displaying the current total of corbetts climbed.
- Displaying additional information for a corbett
(e.g. translation, height, grid reference)
- Adding a completion date and notes.
- Sorting the list by certain criteria (e.g. height).
- Using a different colour to highlight completed corbetts.
- Backing up and restoring the list to/from the SD card.