contributed by Stuart Watson Aug/11
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The mountains in Britain and Ireland that would qualify as being Munros or Munro Tops, but are 'furth' of Scotland (i.e. outside it), as listed on the Scottish Mountaineering Club site (http://www.smc.org.uk/Hillwalking/HillKeyFacts.php).
Note that Ill Crag and Broad Crag would only qualify as Munro Tops and not full Munros as they do not have enough 'drop off' between them. Whilst they are Hewitts and a Nutalls they are not Wainwright's - deemed by Wainwright to be subsidiary tops to Scafell Pike.