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Name:Ragleth Hill
Hill number:2844
Height:398m / 1306ft
Parent (Ma):2841  Caer Caradoc Hill
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
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Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 166 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
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
Parked on minor road near Dryhill Farm on bright windy morning.Dugswell224/11/2011
Great views, although very blowy at the top. Not sure what the telegraph pole is doing up there...Richard22/10/2011
part of a caer caradoc loop. starting at the train station and walked down the main road. steep climb to the summitstig_nest18/10/2011
Visited Acton Scott then followed the Wagoners WanderDandH12/08/2011
P at T junction to E of hill. ROW to top of a great wee hill.chrisbien21/07/2011
Practice for Long Mynd Hikebradonline06/07/2011
Climbed on Cambridge Hillwalking Club day trip to the area; walked Church Stretton - Yearlet - Long Mynd - Grindle - Callow - Lt Stretton - Ragleth Hill - Hope Bowdler Hill - Caer Caradoc - Church Stretton. Beautiful day, best walk in Shropshire.Mark Jackson13/03/2011
Long Mynd HikeLouieb7810/10/2010
Fourth and final hill of the day after walking from The Lawley, Caer Caradoc and Hope Bowdler Hill. Another cracking location with fantastic views. Not a soul about though. Unless you count sheep...Chingwakabungya25/09/2010
From T junction to East. Fine hill - grass all the way.destaylor23/09/2010
On recce for Stretton Skyline race. Done before but no record of date.Jim T01/09/2010
With Tony and DevonStuart Hyde16/05/2010
Parked to north west and walked up minor road on sheet ice past mast and eventually onto footpath. Fell once. All that hill walking and I slip on a road. Very foggy on top.Father Ted16/01/2010
Longmynd Hike 17 hrs 17 minsoldpens03/10/2009
Walked up using part of the ragleth footpath and then a steep walk through ragleth wood to the ridge path.This is a fine hill with some enjoyable views and makes walking hump's a enjoyable experiencehodder01/10/2009
Had a hill bagging day in Shropshire, bagged The Wrekin first in full cloud, and then Stiperstones, Hazler Hill, Ragleth Hill and Brown Clee Hill in perfect sunshine and heat. Was going to do Caer Caradoc as well but by looking at it I thought I would save it for another day.DanTrig27/06/2009
Long ridge, good views of the Long Mynd & Church Stretton/Little Strettonapricorum05/05/2009
Nice walk up,well sign posted paths. Great view of Church Stretton.
Lovely sunny day, although a little windy at the top. Nice walk across the Ragleth and down back to the car via the road. Nice to see all the snowdrops out!NESW21/02/2009
On my way back from dropping stuff at Church Stretton dog shop, after climbing the Lawley. Up through the woods and right at the gate, home via the Jack Mytton Way.DanHolme19/10/2008
The highest point is the middle peak but the more intersting view is from the S peak where the high post is.clivevilla04/05/2008