The Munros

The Munros

By Neil Kinniburgh

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2011-01-25
  • Current Version: 1.4.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 117.21 MB
  • Developer: Neil Kinniburgh
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 8 Ratings


“The Munros” App is designed to help you track climbed munros and provides quick access to information about the hills you want to climb. There are 3 views: List View: The list view provides a sortable/filterable list of hills. Map View: The map view provides a quick way to see where hills are, and what’s near them. The 1:250,000 Ordnance Survey maps for Scotland are preloaded in the app so there’s no need for an internet connection. Detail View: The detail view gives more details about the selected hill and has quick links to Wikipedia information (requires an internet connection).



  • Great App - 1 issue!

    By KurkyK
    Love this app, great way to track your Munro progress. I have 1 issue and 1 suggestion however. Issue - selecting individual summits on the Cuillin Ridge is a lengthy process if you want to tick off the correct summit due to the close proximity of the pins. If you could zoom in closer on Skye that would make me a very happy individual indeed! Suggestion - a percentage complete would be nice!
  • Needs gps

    By 56barry
    Good app, Desperately needs gps. Would make it a great app.
  • A delight. Some wishes.

    By DavidBarnard
    I would like to see a count of done & undone. I would like to be able at least to add a date of ascent (with additional sort & filters to match). I keep a spreadsheet showing number per year. I would also like a search by name or partial name. Afterthought: Beinn a' Chlaidheimh was downgraded Sep. 2012, I regret - next update?
  • Great with potential

    By Bacon1983
    The use of a high level 1:250k OS map makes this app stand out, using an OS map makes identifying the route you took and summits 'bagged' easier. Links to wikipedia is a nice feature too, helpful for identifying the next challenge! Lots of potential too, I would like to see sections for adding 'climbed with', dates or winter/summer. And expanded for corbetts, Graham's and hills across the UK.
  • Munroe review

    By Lill Lady
    The app is quite interesting with the translations and height in feet and meters. I was disappointed by the lack of detail on the map and how you couldn't zoom in. The map bit for me is the let down.