25 notable UK mountains

Name some notable UK mountains, including overseas territories and crown dependencies and BAT.
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This mountain in the Grampian mountain range is the highest in Scotland and the British Isles. It towers over the town of Fort William.
Ben Nevis
This mountain on the Isle of Arran is a popular tourist hiking spot at 874 metres tall.
This mountain is the highest mountain in Snowdonia.
This is not a mountain, but rather an arête (ridge) running next to the highest mountain in Snowdonia, commonly called the Knife Edge.
Crib Goch
This is the highest mountain in the Lake District and the highest mountain in England.
Scafell Pike
This mountain is the highest mountain in the Brecon Beacons.
Pen y Fan
This mountain is in the Mourne mountains in Northern Ireland and is the highest point in Northern Ireland.
Slieve Donard
This mountain is the only mountain on the Isle of Man and it has a train station at the top.
This mountain is the highest mountain in Dartmoor and Southern England. It is easily visible from the town of Okehampton.
High Willhays
At 893 metres tall, this is the highest mountain in the Pennines.
Cross Fell
This volcano on Tristan da Cunha last erupted from 1961-62 and almost destroyed the village of Edinburgh of the 7 seas, the only settlement on the island.
Queen Mary's Peak
This mountain in the Eternity mountains in Antarctica. It is the tallest mountain claimed by the UK but it also claimed by Argentina.
Mt. Hope
This mountain in south Georgia is the highest peak firmly in British territory.
Mt. Paget
This mountain is the highest point in the Northwest Highlands (in Scotland, the North side of Loch Ness).
Cairn Eige/Mam Sodhail
This volcano in southern Montserrat erupted in 1995, causing the whole island to be evacuated. Since then it has occasionally erupted and the north tip of the island has been opened up again.
La Soufriere
This mountain is named after the master's assistant on the HMS Beagle and is the tallest mountain in the Falkland Islands.
Mt. Usborne
This mountain is the highest on Skye in the Cuilin hills.
Sgurr Alasdair
This mountain in Antarctica is the highest in the Pensacola mountains.
England peak
This volcano on Saunders Island in the South Georgia and Sandwich Islands is one of only a handful of volcanoes with a persistent lava lake at the top.
Mt. Michael
This mountain is the 8th highest in Northern Ireland and the highest in the Sperrin Mountains at 678 m tall.
Sawel Mountain
This freestanding mountain is on Ascension island at 859 m tall. It is also the site of a new artificial forest being grown.
Green mountain
This mountain in Dartmoor is the 2nd tallest. It is only 2m lower than the tallest.
Yes tor
This mountain is not anywhere near Britain or one of its overseas territories, but it is the highest mountain britain should never have owned. (Hint, it's in India). It is also the 3rd highest mountain in the world.
This mountain on west Falkland is the highest on west Falkland and the second highest in the whole archipelago.
Mt. Adam
Not tall enough to be considered a mountain, this is the highest point in Gibraltar.
Gibraltar rock/rock of Gibraltar
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