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Hill number:16967
Height:412.3m / 1353ft
Parent (Ma):2840  Long Mynd - Pole Bank
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:SO 43114 91923
Summit feature:no feature: ground 25m W of small cairn
Col:369.1m  SO430921  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137
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Observations:small cairn is at SO 43142 91923
Survey:Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Part of a post-lockdown walk with Lindsey on a hot sunny day. Parked in Little Stretton at SO439920 near Small Batch campsite (which was closed due to the pandemic). Followed the gravel farm track to the coll at SO430922. From there we walked up to the summit of Callow and back. We then followed the farm track on to Cross Dyke at SO425928 then descended steeply to Ashes Hollow on a narrow path. We then walked out alongside the stream back to the car - a very beautiful valley and virtually deserted.Skip31/05/2020
Beautiful sunny day with GFE - drove up in Dr Watson. 18km circular walk from Shooting Box car parkFionalevey16/05/2020
From Grindle. Delightful early morning walk. The hills to the north east were magnificent in the sunshine and thin mist.Campbell Singer29/11/2019
Lovely sunny Easter walkejjohnstone19/04/2019
Clockwise circular route from Watling Street, Church Stretton, via Ragleth Hill and Little Stretton. Followed trail next to Small Batch caravan and camping site up a fairly steep ascent heading slightly past summit before heading back up a track to summit. Continued onwards to Grindle.muzza216/02/2019
Callow is a shapely little peak, climbed easily from Little Stretton.Rob Rees23/01/2019
With Calebsimon and co24/11/2018
After Grindle on descent from Pole Bank (HRC)JohnIvor06/11/2018
Continuation from Grindle, then back to Pole Cottage.DanMaisieBex25/10/2018
Nice little hill. From Grindle. Descended to Little Stretton then road walk to Church Stretton. With Clare, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave07/08/2018
From Pole Bank with GrindleMoorponder19/06/2018
From Little Stretton - Callow, Grindle, Pole Bank and Yearlet. Wet day, clag down.Crib Goch10/04/2018
From Grindle on way down from Pole Bank with C Good views.PeterD01/04/2018
Birthday walk from Little Stretton taking in Callow, Grindle, Pole Bank and Yearlet. Sunny, no wind, still some snow patches left from last week so no traffic on the minor road - lovely.milimana18/12/2017
Start ~ 441949, Little Stretton. Callow Hill then Grindle, up onto The Portway and return over Minton Hill, Minton to Little Stretton. Warm in the sun and cold in the wind. With Wombourne.steve hudson17/10/2017
After Pole Bank and Grindle with RobKC06/10/2017
1/5 long mynd circuit from Little Stretton. Went straight up the(steep) side. Nice pudding of a hill. With Jess.tumpawumpa01/10/2017
Walked up from Little Stretton. Lovely views from the summit in all directions.Alancache31/08/2017
Long Mynd, Grindle, Callow, Ragleth Hill, Hazler Hill, Helmeth Hill, Caer Caradoc Hillkeithouk06/04/2017
From north. Grindle bagged at same time.Dusty13/03/2017
Callow and Grindle bagged with Adrian on a cool and misty afternoon from Little Stretton.Dugswell221/01/2017
Foggy. With Doug LawAdrian21/01/2017
Pole Bank - Grindle - Callow - Yearlet in a figure of 8.Alex1759508/12/2016
7/7 Last of seven Shropshire bagging day (Caer Din/Black Rhadley Hill/Stiperstones/Long Mynd (Pole Bank)/Yearlet/The Grindle/Callow)Fergalh22/10/2016
With Jo, circular walk from Carding Mill Valley: JMW and SW to Long Mynd, then across Round Hill to Grindle, then onto Callow, returning via footpaths from Little Stretton. Weather; generally sunny with a cool breeze, good visibility.amblerbob16/10/2016
Very limited parking alongside the river in Little Stretton (five or six cars only). If combining this with Grindle do the other one first. This allows you to have a gentle climb up, see the paths going up Callow as you approach and do the steeper side in descent rather than in ascent.moorsman21/04/2016
A loop from Ch.stn. via hazler and ragleth hill.. about turn here rather than head further up the Mynd in fading light. Another suoerb viewpoint. Hard to believe this spot is higher than Ragleth hill. Cairn of sorts on summit.stig_nest25/02/2016
Slightly higher ground to W of small cairn. Grassy hill top dotted with clumps of gorse.RichardM03/02/2016
From Carding Mill Valley (SO 44828 94312) - Pole Bank - Grindle - Callow - Yearlet.david23020119/09/2015
M&C during 6 Summits recceMandChills04/05/2015
Last top on a lovely round of Devil's Mouth, Pole Bank, Round Hill, Grindle and Callow with my girlfriend. Descending from Grindle, this hill looked quite sizeable but was a lot easier on the ground. A fine hill with beautiful views of the area.Jake99414/02/2015
Parked at Carding Mill Valley, walked up to Little Spout waterfall, paths where just ice so turned around and walked up the Jack Mytton Way, along the snow covered top to Pole Bank, hadn't been on Pole Bank since 2006, walked back down via the new hills Grindle and Callow both with cairns on top and walked across nice field paths back to the car park. Very nice 9.5 mile walk, very underrated area.DanTrig09/02/2015
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
Walked up from Small Batch camp site on the way to Pole Bank. Steep ascent from due E. Pile of stones at SO 43140 91923 which might not be the summit as that seems to be more to the W at SO 43111 91922. Both gave me 414m on GPS.jonglew20/07/2014
From the Green Dragon in Little Stretton.clivevilla28/04/2014
Via grindle and the callow gap, had a very good wander around on top of this one as noted a similar raised area near by. Fine views paricular towards grindle.hodder15/04/2014
w Nick & Lesley (& Betty the dog)on a hilly circular walk around Little Stretton.Chris Pearson21/02/2014
Just a quick 1, 2 today Grindel then Callow and back down to Little Strettonheavyhorses24/07/2013
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
On Gill Harris round (and many other times!)Jim T16/01/2011
Roadside parking near road junction at SO 44203 91789. Our first walk of a week long hill-bagging holiday in Shropshire. Long Mynd - Grindle - Callow.David Gradwell23/05/2009
From Cardingmill, taking Ragleth & The Long Mynd, cloudy but dry, hard pull up Callowapricorum05/05/2009
attractive hill, fine approaches. Long Mynd Valleys training run from Cardingmill RHW07/10/2001
On numerous occasions.summitsup01/01/1950
Alan Moore25/06/2020