I have a target of climbing all the Welsh Hewitts, the 2000ft mountains with a relative height of at least 30m/98ft. I got a head start while young, but then did little for a quarter-century.
My cross-Wales walk bulked up the numbers; a few other trips helped; and then in 2021 I made a conscious decision to get on with things. With a fair wind, co-operative body and absence of lockdowns, I should complete the list in 2022.
Importantly, all the larger (and harder – size isn’t everything, as you will see on the Rhinogs) hills are safely in the bag. By height, the biggest remaining is Cadair Berwyn, 2723ft, and it might be where I choose to finish.
My notes aren’t complete but I have a much better memory for hills than faces and can reconstruct the routes I took even where many years have passed. I’ve divided them into six broad sections, working from the north of the country southwards, as follows. The Mid-Wales & Berwyn page is partly complete, as is Southern Snowdonia; the Central Snowdonia: North page is lurking behind the scenes for a slot in my timetable.