The first two editions of The Hardys High Points Book and their accompanying Addenda are available by e-mail (see Contact page):
1. High Points First Edition (November 1997)
2. FE Addenda (January 1998)
3. High Points Second Edition (February 1999)
4. SE Addenda (early 2000s)
The third edition, The Hardys – the UK’s High Points, was published in 2010, on this website (ISBN 978 0 9565533 4 8). It can also be made available in DVD format by e-mail request, and similarly as a signed ring-bound A4 print version (see Contacts Page). For this website, the book has been split into six PDF parts:
The third edition indicates for each Hardy High Point which UK country it is in, as well as which High Point category it is in (hill range (H), island (I) or administrative area (A)), and also indicates whether it is a core Hardy or not.
Addenda (3rd Edition)
An Addenda will be published here as soon as the currently ongoing exercise of grid-reference checking has been completed. Meanwhile, here are the most important changes since the 3rd Edition. If you have any queries about, are interested in, or have any amendments for, particular Hardys, please e-mail me (see the Contacts Page) for its latest status.
BOWLAND, FOREST OF (22.10.10)
Ward's Stone, the High Point of BOWLAND, FOREST OF, has a highest point at neither triangulation pillar but at "Ward's Stone" itself at +562m, near the triangulation pillar at the western end of the summit plateau, although note that a recent survey indicates a cairned peat hag between the two triangulation pillars as being the highest point - by a few centimetres!
BARNET's High Point needs to be changed after boundary clarification - see the News Page.
PORTSEA ISLAND (17.7.12)
PORTSEA ISLAND (the City of Portsmouth) has now been confirmed as an additional island non-core Hardy, Hardy 343.
Foulness has been added as Hardy 344.