thumbnail

Mountain ranges in the UK

Name all the mountain ranges in the UK and its overseas territories.
A mountain range has 2 or more mountains.
That means that for instance, Green Mountain on Ascension island (or St. Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha) or Snaefell on the Isle of man are not mountain ranges because it is a standalone mountain.
Quiz by 1fortuvalu
Rate:
Last updated: June 17, 2022
You have not attempted this quiz yet.
First submittedApril 16, 2022
Times taken28
Average score30.8%
Report this quizReport
7:30
Mountain range(s)
0
 / 26 guessed
The quiz is paused. You have remaining.
Scoring
You scored / = %
This beats or equals % of test takers also scored 100%
The average score is
Your high score is
Your fastest time is
Keep scrolling down for answers and more stats ...
Constituent country
Highest point (m)
Answer
British Antarctic Territory
3239
Eternity Mountains
South Georgia (South Georgia and the South Sandwich islands)
2935
Allardyce Mountains
British Antarctic Territory
2380
Graham Land Mountains
British Antarctic Territory
2150
Pensacola Mountains
Tristan da Cunha (St. Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha)
2062
Queen Mary's Mountains
Scotland
1345
Grampian mountains
Coronation Island (South Orkney Islands, BAT)
1265
Central Mountains
Scotland
1181
Northwest Highlands
Wales
1085
Snowdonia
Montserrat
1050
Soufrière Hills
Scotland
993
Cuillin Hills
England
978
Lake district
Coronation Island (South Orkney Islands, BAT)
960
Brisbane Heights
Constituent country
Highest point (m)
Answer
Wales
905
Cambrian Mountains
England
893
Pennines
Wales
886
Brecon Beacons
Northern Ireland
850
Mourne Mountains
Scotland
843
Galloway forest park
St. Helena (St. Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha)
818
Sandy Bay Ridge
Wales
802
Black Mountains
Scotland
799
Outer hebrides
Montserrat
741
Katy Hills
Falkland Islands
705
Wickham Heights
Falkland Islands
700
Hill Cove
Northern Ireland
678
Sperrin Mountains
England
621
Dartmoor
+1
Level 53
Apr 17, 2022
Cairngorms??
+1
Level 34
Apr 19, 2022
I did think about adding the cairngorms but I decided that it was an area in the Grampian mts. a bit like the dolomites in the alpes. Sorry. Being as lots of people try the cairngorms, I'll add it as a type-in for the grampian mts.