32 Wainwrights lined up for this year, if I've counted right - the 18 remaining southern ones, including Scafell Pike, and 14 western ones - which will take me to 2/3 done, give or take half a hill!
Otherwise I'll try for 10 Munros again, and those last two Pentland Marilyns, and another weekend in the Moffat hills. I'd like to get along the coast from Seaham to Redcar or Saltburn, because I've got my eye on the Cleveland Way for 2017, but getting through Middlesbrough is going to be no fun! The Berwickshire Coast Path would be nice, but I've been saying that for years, a trip to the Cheviots or Howgills or Yorkshire Dales would be nice, Arran would be nice, but I'll have to see what fits in.
A bit mixed.
The Southern Fells are done, but only 5 Western ones - apart from my usual personal chaos, I was struggling with a knee I hurt falling on Scafell. On the other hand, I've been in some wonderful places - Scafell (before heading into the less wonderful parts!), Wasdale, right up Eskdale, and my first visit to Buttermere.
Only 1 Munro, late in the year. No Pentland Marilyns - I've barely been in the Pentlands at all.
In better news, the Moffat trip was fairly successful, if partly in thick fog, and I got along the coast from Seaham to Redcar (and even quite enjoyed Middlesbrough). No Berwickshire, but the unexpected success of the year has been (fingers crossed for tomorrow) walking the Borders Abbeys Way, after getting Historic Scotland membership for my Christmas last year!