Mountain in Wales downgraded to hill phosphoglyceraldehyde

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Publish Date : 2021-04-17 22:22:15


Mountain in Wales downgraded to hill  phosphoglyceraldehyde

That's the distance that caused Fan y Big, a peak in the Brecon Beacons National Park in south Wales, to lose its status as a mountain. Now it's merely a hill.

What happened? Did this mound shrink?

Not really. Fan y Big is still tall enough. But improved technology complicated things.



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This popular hiking spot has long enjoyed a place on the list of Hewitts -- also known as mountains -- in England, Wales and Ireland.

To qualify as a Hewitt, a peak must be more than 2,000 feet high (610 meters) with a minimum drop between summit and col -- the lowest point between two peaks -- of 98.4 feet (30 meters), the park said on it Facebook page

Fan y Big, at 2,351 feet (717.6 meters), still meets the height requirement.

But Myrddyn Phillips, a mountain surveyor, used satellite technology to determine that Fan y Big's minimum drop was, well, below the minimum.

It measured at 93.4 feet (28.5 meters). That's 5 feet (1.5 meters) shorter than what is required for mountain status, the park's Facebook page noted.

'The technology is so accurate, it collects hundreds of data points to get a good average,' Phillips told the BBC. 'It's the same sort of technology used by GPS.'

Though Fan y Big was kicked off the Hewitts list, the park took the status change in stride.

'Although, on paper we may have lost a Beacon, we all know at Brecon Beacons National Park that Fan y Big will continue to be a mountain to be climbed, a peak to be reached and a summit worth seeing.

'Let the satellites and figures show what they may, but underneath the starry night sky, the Fan y Big Beacon will continue to be a pinnacle at Wales' Best Destination.'

Though Fan y Big was kicked off the Hewitts list, the park took the status change in stride. But Myrddyn Phillips, a mountain surveyor, used satellite technology to determine that Fan y Big's minimum drop was, well, below the minimum. Though Fan y Big was kicked off the Hewitts list, the park took the status change in stride. 'Let the satellites and figures show what they may, but underneath the starry night sky, the Fan y Big Beacon will continue to be a pinnacle at Wales' Best Destination.' What happened? Did this mound shrink? It measured at 93.4 feet (28.5 meters). That's 5 feet (1.5 meters) shorter than what is required for mountain status, the park's Facebook page noted. But Myrddyn Phillips, a mountain surveyor, used satellite technology to determine that Fan y Big's minimum drop was, well, below the minimum. Fan y Big, at 2,351 feet (717.6 meters), still meets the height requirement. 'Let the satellites and figures show what they may, but underneath the starry night sky, the Fan y Big Beacon will continue to be a pinnacle at Wales' Best Destination.' 'Although, on paper we may have lost a Beacon, we all know at Brecon Beacons National Park that Fan y Big will continue to be a mountain to be climbed, a peak to be reached and a summit worth seeing. But Myrddyn Phillips, a mountain surveyor, used satellite technology to determine that Fan y Big's minimum drop was, well, below the minimum. It measured at 93.4 feet (28.5 meters). That's 5 feet (1.5 meters) shorter than what is required for mountain status, the park's Facebook page noted. Though Fan y Big was kicked off the Hewitts list, the park took the status change in stride. This popular hiking spot has long enjoyed a place on the list of Hewitts -- also known as mountains -- in England, Wales and Ireland. Not really. Fan y Big is still tall enough. But improved technology complicated things. 'Let the satellites and figures show what they may, but underneath the starry night sky, the Fan y Big Beacon will continue to be a pinnacle at Wales' Best Destination.' Fan y Big, at 2,351 feet (717.6 meters), still meets the height requirement. 'Let the satellites and figures show what they may, but underneath the starry night sky, the Fan y Big Beacon will continue to be a pinnacle at Wales' Best Destination.' 'Although, on paper we may have lost a Beacon, we all know at Brecon Beacons National Park that Fan y Big will continue to be a mountain to be climbed, a peak to be reached and a summit worth seeing. 'The technology is so accurate, it collects hundreds of data points to get a good average,' Phillips told the BBC. 'It's the same sort of technology used by GPS.' But Myrddyn Phillips, a mountain surveyor, used satellite technology to determine that Fan y Big's minimum drop was, well, below the minimum. 'Let the satellites and figures show what they may, but underneath the starry night sky, the Fan y Big Beacon will continue to be a pinnacle at Wales' Best Destination.' 'Although, on paper we may have lost a Beacon, we all know at Brecon Beacons National Park that Fan y Big will continue to be a mountain to be climbed, a peak to be reached and a summit worth seeing. 'The technology is so accurate, it collects hundreds of data points to get a good average,' Phillips told the BBC. 'It's the same sort of technology used by GPS.'

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