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Name:Stapeley Hill
Hill number:16971
Height:402.9m / 1322ft
Parent (Ma):2187  Corndon Hill
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire (CoU)
Class:Tump (400-499m)
Grid ref:SO 31349 99173
Summit feature:embedded rock 4m from cairn
Col:342.3m  SO 3027 9806  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137
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Survey:Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 46 users)ByDate of Ascent
From the Mitchell’s Fold cp. Good paths over heathland. Fine views.Campbell Singer22/11/2019
Parked near Mitchell's Fold, then easy walk.Ed05/06/2019
From Roundton Fort nature reserve car park after Corndon Hill with big walking partyPeterD06/04/2019
Easy walk up from the car park via the stone circle.Wheeler31/08/2018
From Mitchell’s fold stone circle. Easy ascent on good path. Good views.PeterD18/08/2018
Access Land. From the NE, medium cairn on grassy sheep grazed hilltop. Good views.RichardM10/01/2018
3/3 after corndon I fancied a Lok attached Mitchell's fold in the piddling rain. Realised how close stapeley hill was so made a stab for it. Stapeley common is beautiful and remote, wild. It was unclear in the fog which summit was higher so I jogged between them, they look about the same to me. Got drenchedtumpawumpa03/09/2017
Twelve Tump circuit from Mitchell's Fold stone circle. Short detour from track.davidpettit8417/06/2017
Was able to cycle most of the way to the top as it was very good going.Alex C31/03/2017
Mitchell's Fold car park circular. Last leg of the day via Old Grit & Black Marsh before returning to car park.Smudge26/03/2017
6 of 6 from Mitchells Fold with SmudgeSteveG26/03/2017
With Calebsimon and co27/12/2016
Short walk from Mitchell's Fold stone circle car park. Good views.rogreeves11/11/2016
14/14 Last of Fourteen Shropshire and area peak bagging day (Burrow/Sunny Hill/Garn Rock Hill/Dowke Hill/Black Mountain/Hergon/Bryn Hill/Colebatch Hill/Reith Top/Oakley Mind/Norbury Hill/Corndon Hill/Lan Fawr/Stapeley Hill)Fergalh17/09/2016
Easy walk from Mitchells Fold car par , great area with great views.heavyhorses25/06/2016
From road end (Hemsford/Black Marsh). Forest road gives way to good but muddy track. Becomes geassy further up and views open out. Summit is cairned and you know, its a mighty fine view. Return same way.stig_nest27/04/2016
With stig_nest.Laura.W27/04/2016
On Bishops Castle Challenge Walkclivevilla16/08/2014
Up from NE and down SE ridge ,Quite a long day walk linking 400m tops from Fishpool w Lesley and Betty the dog. 1st day of a mercifully dry half term week after the awful floods across the country the week before. Hired a cottage nr Clun with Nick & Ann.Chris Pearson16/02/2014
From small car park beside track at SO 30265 98054. The ascent of Stapeley Hill is a gradual affair, there’s a wide grassy track and no steep bits.David Gradwell28/05/2009
attractive heathy summit; large cairn. via tk from end of rd to NNE RHW18/10/2003
Part of a 12 mile walk from Church Stoke with Pete, visiting Lan Fawr, Corndon Hill and Roundton Hill Fort. We also came onto this hill after visiting Mitchell's Fold, an interesting stone circle surrounded by good hills.pwheeler16/03/2002
On numerous occasionssummitsup01/01/1950
andrew brown19/02/2017
Alan Moore10/11/2013
Edwin Gradwell28/05/2009
George Gradwell28/05/2009
Denise 03/11/1996