Hill-topping

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Hill topping may refer to:

  • Hill-topping (biology), a mate-location behaviour seen in many insects including butterflies, dragonflies, wasps, beetles, and flies
  • Hill jumping, the act of accelerating a motor vehicle as it approaches the top of a hill, causing the vehicle to go airborne
  • Following a fox hunt (a) by horse but without jumping or (b) in an automobile
  • Amateur radio operators setting up a temporary camp at the highest hill or mountain in the area.[1]