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Name:Grindle
Hill number:16957
Height:460.2m / 1510ft
Parent (Ma):2840  Long Mynd - Pole Bank
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire
Catchment:Severn
Class:Tump (400-499m)
(Tu,4)
Grid ref:SO 43012 92662
Summit feature:ground 5m W of large cairn
Drop:53.9m
Col:406.3m  SO425927  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137
(1:25k) 217
Survey:Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 113 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Whilst working away from home a short evening walk on the 3rd of The Shropshire Six Summits (Long Mynd). Used for navigation practice, Overcast clouds, 12°C, Feels like 11°C, Wind 14mph from SSW, visibility >6mihiglett10/07/2023
On a circular walk went off the path up the hill to summit, went back down and joined the path again. With Dad and Miles at summit.speedyclimber07/04/2023
2/3 After Yearlet on a 6.5m circular walk with whole family and the Thompsons. Not easy going once leaving the path, battled through heather and gorse. Just Felix and Miles summitted. Glorious spring day, this is what it is all about. :)RoguePulsar07/04/2023
15km walk with Alma Aurea from Little Stretton. Callow 412m, Grindle 460m, and Long Mynd 516m. Return via Ashes Hollow. Clear weather, good views. /Dmeltdiceburg02/01/2023
Circular walk from Church Stretton. With B and R.jenx26/05/2022
From good parking in Little Stretton. Bagged after Callow.Alan Caine27/02/2022
Long Mynd Walk - Cloudy day, but still a nice walk, very striking landscape, tough climbs but worth the effort.JazDisney26/02/2022
Parked at Little Stretton for a quick up and down.PGCE22/12/2021
Recceing the South Mynd Tour with SueGeoff Briggs08/09/2021
By train from Derby then 13K loop from Church Stretton to get some climb in.davechaffey22/06/2021
wild camp me n Danwhiteuss11/06/2021
Beautiful 10.3 mile 2995ft of ascent walk from NT car park at Carding Mill Valley m(free for members - alternatively £4 per day in Church Stretton centre). Carding Mill Valley taking the east fork following the Jack Myton Way, Pole Bank, descent to Little Stretton along the ridge and easily bagging Grindle and Callow along the way, then Ragleth Hill and return through Church Stretton. This route includes a significant part of the Stretton Skyline Walk. After a coffee break at the NT cafe took the car to the car perk near Yearlet for a pleasant and easy ascent of the final hill within the area encompassed by this circuit.ijpowell27/05/2021
2 of 5 on a very tough 11 mile round including callow, grinder, pole bank, yearlet and novers hill. With chantelleThe-Z-Man22/05/2021
Lovely quiet summitHowellsey02/05/2021
From Little Stretton up the track bagging Callow and Grindle and then onto Pole Cottage and back down the glorious Ashes Hollow.greboicus16/10/2020
28/12/1996: visited on way up Long Mynd(qv). My logbook refers to 'Cross Dyke Tumuli' so today's walk ensured I have really visited the summit. On way down from Pole Bank to Little Stretton, also going over Callow, with Pete. HP a slightly uninspiring spot amongst marvellous scenerypwheeler26/09/2020
Via Long MyndWeather Prophet17/09/2020
To/from Carding Mill Valley. Ascent via Light Spout, Shooting Box and Long Mynd Pole Bank. Descent via Little Stretton. Also location of Grindle Trig Surface Block.praenterprise12/09/2020
Beautiful sunny day with GFE - drove up in Dr Watson. 18km circular walk from Shooting Box car parkFionalevey16/05/2020
Very icy roads on the steep drive up onto the Long Mynd. Set off before the sun was up on a glorious morning. Not many of those recently. Parked at the cp next to the small wood. Initially mistook Grindle for Callow but no problem as I was doing both. Good grassy paths all of the way. Pretty ponies enjoying some sunshine at last.Campbell Singer29/11/2019
Walk up from Church Stretton on a nice late summer day, via The Owlets and Rudges. Small Batch valley is pleasant to walk above and the Bronze Age cairns just off the summit are decent. The summit itself gives fine views especially towards Caer Caradoc. Back down the same way.thesweetcheat14/09/2019
Clockwise circular route from Watling Street, Church Stretton, via Ragleth Hill, Little Stretton and Callow. Took smaller track for a fairly steep but short ascent, shared the summit with the local horses before descending down the opposite side of the hill and the following a stream to return back to Small Batch Caravan & Camping site from the opposite approach to ascent.muzza216/02/2019
With Calebsimon and co24/11/2018
On Descent of Long Mynd (Pole Bank) after Ashes Hollow ascent. Grey day but top clear.With Holywell RamblersJohnIvor06/11/2018
Second of our hills above Church Stretton, we walked in from the Pole Cottage. Nice to see the OS Bolt.DanMaisieBex25/10/2018
On the way down to Little Stretton from Pole Bank. With Clare, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave07/08/2018
From Pole Bank with CallowMoorponder19/06/2018
From Little Stretton - Callow, Grindle, Pole Bank and Yearlet. Wet day, clag down.Crib Goch10/04/2018
On way from Pole Bank with C diversion off track to top. Probably worse in summer. On to Callow next.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 before Callow with Rob.KC06/10/2017
2/6 Long mynd circular. Looked steep and sizeable from Callow but was actually a stroll. Great views of the Mynd. With Jesstumpawumpa01/10/2017
I walked up from Little Stretton, via Callow hill.Alancache31/08/2017
Long Mynd, Grindle, Callow, Ragleth Hill, Hazler Hill, Helmeth Hill, Caer Caradoc Hillkeithouk06/04/2017
Callow and Grindle bagged with Adrian on a cool and misty afternoon from Little Stretton.Dugswell221/01/2017
Foggy. With Douglas.Adrian21/01/2017
Pole Bank - Grindle - Callow - Yearlet in a figure of 8.Alex1759508/12/2016
6/7 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
After Pole Bank. A wide track cut in the heather on the north flank gives the easiest access to cairn through very deep heather.mick07/08/2016
From the portway. Straightforward bag. Heathery at top. Baby horsies.stig_nest19/05/2016
With stig_nest. Rescued a sheep who couldn't get back on their feet :)Laura.W19/05/2016
Very limited parking in Little Stretton (alongside the river). Perhaps room for five or six cars at the most. From here there is an excellent, mostly stoned, path to the summit. Easy walking. 40 minutes return.moorsman21/04/2016
Large cairn with survey rivet set in concrete block on SE side. Fine views, lots of heather.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
Pleasant round of Devil's Mouth, Pole Bank, Round Hill, Grindle and Callow with my girlfriend. Decent size cairn on top. Quite rough heather and only a few thin trods up from Barrister's Plain.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
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