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Name:Ragleth Hill
Hill number:2844
Height:398m / 1306ft
Parent (Ma):2841  Caer Caradoc Hill
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire (CoU)
Class:Hump, Tump (300-399m), Submarilyn
Grid ref:SO 45406 92106
Summit feature:embedded rock in grass
Col:256m  SO468932  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137 138
(1:25k) 217
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 208 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Lovely sunny walk over Easterejjohnstone20/04/2019
Clockwise circular route from Watling Street, Church Stretton following well signed public footpaths through farms and woodlands to summit of Ragleth Hill, great views from just short of the summit. Continued on to Little Stretton and onto Callow and Grindle.muzza216/02/2019
End of a nice circuit including Caer Caradog, Hope Bowdler Hill and Hazler. Back to Church Stretton via Jack Mytton way. With PS and GW.JohnIvor07/11/2018
Straightforward climb following the Shropshire Way. Last of our Cotswold / Stretton Hills as we drove to Wales for a second attempt at the Berwyns.DanMaisieBex25/10/2018
From layby SW. Nice hill with views of surrounding hills and passing showers.Eddie02/10/2018
15 degrees, overcast, from Church Stretton with Alvin. Nice woods, started raining on ascent, good ridge and views. On to Hazler Hill.Wycombe Wanderer08/09/2018
Parked in layby by Little Stretton on the A49. Straight up and down. With Coel, Danu & Alfie. We got soaked!Dangerous Dave10/08/2018
Joined OD group organised by June and Richard. Another hot day which began with very steep climb up Ragleth- it slowed down more than just me.Panoramic views once we'd recovered.Peak Rambler19/07/2018
After The Lawley as separate single hill circular walk from Little Stretton. Dodged the worst of the weather again.KC16/06/2018
From Little Stretton - smashing hill - onwards for Razler and Hope Bowdler.Chris Peart19/04/2018
From Church Stretton: Ragleth Hill, Hazler Hill, Hope Bowdler Hill, Caer Caradoc Hill and The Lawley.Crib Goch08/04/2018
Good climb up From Liitle Stretton after morning on Long Mynd. With C.PeterD01/04/2018
From Hazler Hill. Took the lane to the col, then RoW by Dryhill Farm onto access land, then along ridge to the summit. Continued to the south top, then dropped steeply down to the A49, crossing it to take the quiet lane through Little Stretton back to the town.marktrengove23/01/2018
From road junction to SSW, circular walk over Hills Hope Bowdler, Helmeth, Ragleth and Hazler. Good pathscsll the way although a little inventive to get from col below Haxler onto Ragleth.nordicstar11/01/2018
Parked at end of track to the Hazler Hill mast. A stroll along the lane passing the hedge clipped into the shape of pigs heads. From here a track then grassy path rises to the summit ridge. Only the sheep left up here now. Summit the pole in the fading light. Impressive views.briandavies20/09/2017
Quick loop - parked at church stretton railway station. 4 tops, 10km and a mad dash back across the country to get the car back in time to Europcar!Fionalevey28/08/2017
Ragleth Hill and Pole Bank on a circuit of Church StrettonSS07/05/2017
6/9 (The Lawley/Caer Cradoc/Hope Bowdler Hill/Hill End/Hazler Hill/Ragleth Hill/Earl's Hill/Upper Park/Y Golfa)Fergalh06/05/2017
On an excellent walk taking a leisurely 5h.: Little Stretton- Ragleth Hill- Hazler Side- Gaer Stone- Hope Bowdler Hill, then via Cwms to the previously visited Caer Caradoc and down to Church Stretton via the Three Fingers Ridge (some path erosion at foot). The popularity is inevitable, these are unwaveringly interesting and good walking, short green turf on old green hills in spring sunshine (I forgot they were supposed to be blue today)pwheeler03/05/2017
With K. Another fine hillAshley15/04/2017
Long Mynd, Grindle, Callow, Ragleth Hill, Hazler Hill, Helmeth Hill, Caer Caradoc Hillkeithouk06/04/2017
From south. After looking for TP on lower top.Dusty13/03/2017
Start ~ 468932. Ragleth and Hope Bowdler Hill, With Wombourne.steve hudson05/12/2016
From Carding Mill NT up the steeper end, along the ridge via summit and return via gentler path though woods. Rather misty today.sooztops30/10/2016
With Rosemary and Penda from her late father's house in Church Stretton, and back.beorwulf05/10/2016
On Longmynd Hikerolfkim02/10/2016
Large verge for parking by the road junction to the east. A straightforward walk from here. 20 minutes return.moorsman22/04/2016
Steep ascent from Church Stretton then a glorious stride out on the open grassy ridge. A wonderful hill with wide views into the Marches. Grass so soft you could walk it barefoot. Onto Hazler afterwards.Jake99405/04/2016
From Carding Mill Valley (SO 44734 94355) - Nover's Hill - Helmeth Hill - Hazler Hill - Ragleth Hill.david23020125/03/2016
Unmarked, grass. Fine views, good path along hill top ridge.RichardM03/02/2016
In the rain with the hound. No views.Laura.W19/12/2015
Parked at north end of ridge on wide accessible verge on road running parallel with and on the east side of the ridge. Ascended track to northern end of ridge then walked south along ridge to summit.Ed10/01/2015
With Mum from All Stretton bunkhouse: Long Mynd, Callow, Ragleth, Hazler, Hope Bowdler, Caer Caradoc hills. Cold and clear with great views and huge variety.Mark Jackson30/12/2014
Part of a Shropshire day walk with Smoky, Dave, Pete, Taz, Miko. Overnight at Bishops Castle then drove to Church Stretton - route was Carding Mill, Lightspout, Pole Bank, Grindle, Little Stretton, Ragleth Hill, Hazler Hill, Gaer Stone.Skip06/12/2014
The Longmynd Hike 2014aussie196104/10/2014
Short walk up from Little Stretton, returning via tea shop in Church Stretton before returning home after weekend camping. Steep but straight forward climb up from SW. OS block somewhere on Briarley.jonglew21/07/2014
From Church Stretton, a round of Ragleth Hill, Hope Bowdler Hill and Helmeth Hill.rhalstead05/05/2014
With Cabe. Nice hill.simon and co15/03/2014
With Chris F.Louieb7806/03/2014
second hill of the day. Bagged Hope Bowdler and on to Ragleth. What a little beauty! Fabulous views all round. Severe wind on top - great fun. Good hill to run! On a recci for our annual Xmas Eve walk but think that Hope Bowdler and Ragleth is a bit too much for the kids. Must come back - I love this little gemSteve W14/12/2013
From path opposite Little Wenlock turn offmikependergast20/07/2013
with DanLouieb7819/04/2013
With RobLouieb7809/04/2013
x2 quick 10m circuitLouieb7805/04/2013
Tired - the last of 4 hills in the daybri&dave05/01/2013
Marshall Longmynd HikeLouieb7806/10/2012
Climbed on a circuit of the hills around Church Stretton.alistairpooler31/03/2012
With Clare, Brian, Keith & Alvin from Bassetlaw Hill & Mountain Club on a lovely warm sunny day from Carding mill Valley onway to Long Mynd.alwaysinshorts25/03/2012
Parked in Church Stretton and walked directly to the summit on a very windy dayEurochamps07/01/2012