Compleators

The SMC hold a record of Munros, Munro Tops, Furths, Corbetts, Grahams and Donalds compleators in accordance with our Hill Lists. Notification of compleation and any amendments to the List should be sent by email to the Clerk of the Munro list - munroclerk@smc.org.uk or in writing to the Clerk of the Munro List

Alison Coull
258/1 Ferry Road
EDINBURGH
EH5 3AN

The Clerk of the List, likes to know how long you have taken, your first and last hills, your age, plans for the future, where you are from and any other details which may be of interest. You letter will be added to the SMC archive in the National Library of Scotland. An annual report of compleations and compleators is published each year for the SMC Journal, titled Munro Matters. Information in your letter may be included in this report.

Enclose an SAE to ensure a reply notifying your number and details of how to purchase a specially designed Munroist tie, brooch or scarf/snood. If you request a certificate the SAE should be A4 size with correct postage (A4 is Large Letter size)

The Clerk aims to respond within two weeks of receipt but there may be a longer delay at busier times of the year for registration or if the Clerk is on holiday. If you have not heard after a month you may wish to contact the Clerk again in case your notification has not been received.

Data privacy notice

Once you have received an acknowledgement from the Clerk of the List, we welcome compleation pictures - pictures of you on the final hill of your round. Please send pictures as jpg type images (under 5MB please) to compleationpic@smc.org.uk along with your:

  • Name
  • Compleation number (if you have compleated the Munros)
  • Name of the hill
  • Date of compleation
  • narrative that you might like included (such as supporters on the day).

Compleat Munroists who have registered with the Clerk of the List may obtain the following distinctive items from the Keeper of Regalia. Designed by Gordon A. McAndrew (450) with the approval of the Court of the Lord Lyon, incorporating major features from the Arms of Sir Hugh T Munro, a red stylised heraldic eagle’s head encircled by branches of laurel and oak, all subscribed by the numeral 3000.

1. Traditional tie in dark blue polyester, the single woven motif set between two pale blue diagonal lines.

2. Brooch/lapel badge with the motif shown in coloured enamel on a gilt ground.

3. Snood/ scarf with multiple motifs over the full area of the scarf. These are available in dark blue or a largely gold background.


Name Surname Munroist Number Munros Tops Furths Corbetts Grahams Donalds Munro compleations Top compleations Furth compleations Corbett compleations Graham compleations Donald compleations Compleator ID