For published details of surveyed summits and cols, see The 1033 High Hills of Britain and Tales from the Grahams: 231 medium-sized hills of Scotland.
These survey reports are produced by Leica Infinity software, with summary data added to the beginning of the report. Survey points in the Averaged Points Summary are displayed in alphabetical order, not chronological order. The four-letter code in the Station column refers to the name of the OSNet base station. For example, FAUG = Fort Augustus and KILN = Killin. More detailed reports for each survey day are available on request.
The report identifier is based on the survey date: A=2012, B=2013, C=2014, D=2015, E=2016, F=2017, G=2018, H=2019, I=2020, J=2021, K=2022, L=2023. The second character is the month number, with X for October, Y for November and Z for December. The last two characters are the day of the month. For example, report F120 covers surveys carried out on 20 January 2017. The report name includes the name of the main hill surveyed on that day, not the only hill.