So the mountains of Britain are classed variously as Munros, Corbetts, Marilyns & Wainwrights, names all based on people who climbed them, classified them and wrote about them. May I suggest a new grouping which emanated from a beer fuelled night at the Fish Hotel in Buttermere after completing the Buttermere round ....
Ladies and Gentlemen - I propose 'The Bradburys' - a special subsection of the 214 mountains described by AW in the Pictorial Guides dedicated to the delightful Ms Bradbury; those climbed by her in the TV series.
Although Sir Hugh Munro (1856-1919), Alfred Wainwright and others climbed and counted lots of mountains and gave their names to classifications of them ( e.g. Munroes - Scottish mountains over 3000 feet ) there is no evidence of a Marilyn having done so, the name being homophonous with Munro and used for the 1,554 mountains in Britain with a drop of at least 500 feet (152m) on all sides.
Ah, yes, the Fish Hotel in Buttermere. I well remember an excellent meal there washed down with three pints of Jennings Bitter and followed by a couple of pints of Marstons Owd Roger on the evening of Saturday 10th October 1998, and a pint of Jennings there the following lunchtime before setting off for Cockermouth.