Definition of hillwalker in US English:

hillwalker

noun

  • See hillwalking

    • ‘In 1997 14 hillwalkers dragged their weary limbs up 32 Munros in the space of just 24 hours and in the process they raised 16,000 for charity.’
    • ‘Throughout Sunday night the hillwalkers, all in their early 20s, remained in a tent on the hills above Derrymore.’
    • ‘The Glasgow site sells a vast array of gear for hillwalkers, climbers, campers, canoeists, skiers, snowboarders and adventure travellers.’
    • ‘Many protesters will be ‘disguising’ themselves as innocent hillwalkers wanting to tackle the Ochils this weekend.’
    • ‘A sense of camaraderie developed among the group of 21 hillwalkers, who spent seven days in Nepal.’

Pronunciation

hillwalker

/ˈhilˌwôkər//ˈhɪlˌwɔkər/