Q: Is a hill a landform that extends above the surrounding terrain? ¶
Q: Is a hill often used interchangeably in Britain? ¶
Q: Are hills thought to have been built on the sites of earlier pagan holy places? ¶
Q: Are hills categorized according to relative height or other criteria and feature on lists named after mountaineers, such as Munros or Wainwrights? ¶
A: Yes, Specific locating activities such as "peak bagging" involve climbing hills on these lists with the aim of completing the list.
Q: Is a hill universally considered to be less tall and less steep than a mountain? ¶