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Name:Stiperstones
Hill number:2838
Height:536.9m / 1761ft
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire
Hill area:Long Mynd
Catchment:Severn
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Clem
(Ma,Hu,Tu,5,Dew,Cm)
Grid ref:SO 36755 98648
Summit feature:rock 1m from trig point
Drop:357.1m
Col:179.8m  SO 3421 9113  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137
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Survey:obvious summit/Trimble GeoXH 6000
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 683 users)ByDate of Ascent
Quick up and down from the cp. Beautiful morning with a cloud inversion. Just over 2km in 35 mins.Nicky C24/02/2024
With LJanet M15/09/2023
Parked for free at the Bog Visitor centre and cut short a 7 mile Country walking route to 5.5 miles. Went via Green Hill and approached the peak from the north. Short scramble to the trig point. With the LOST group.gbeniston17/08/2023
Whilst working away from home a short evening walk on the 2nd of The Shropshire Six Summits. Used for navigation practice, Broken clouds, 14°C, Feels like 13°C, Wind 5mph from S, visibility >6mihiglett05/07/2023
Quick ascent from the nature reserve CP with Peterb on a drizzly evening. Shame to miss out on the views but an interesting place nonetheless.bowlesy28/06/2023
Revisit with Chris.Peterb28/06/2023
From nature Reserve CP. Summit rocks very greasy after a day of low cloud and intermittent drizzle.CJM27/02/2023
A revisit with Avril, Brian and Sian.Peterb12/02/2023
From the car park, easy walk, nice wee scramble to finish. Then drizzle - rocks very slippy when wet.iangalbraith28/11/2022
Day 2 of a 5 day winter backpack around the Shropshire hills. The light when at the summit of Stiperstones was truly dramatic as the sun was starting to set. Combined with the threatening skies, it was one of the finest light shows I've experienced. I walked over from Long Mynd.morgs4mountains20/11/2022
https://www.strava.com/activities/7799936614Sleepwa1ker11/09/2022
From Stiperstones CPLongwojo19/08/2022
Revisit after visiting The Paddock (503m). Circular walk from Stiperstones village. Solo. Probably one of my favourite English Dewey summits.Dangerous Dave25/05/2022
Lovely 7 mile walk withPauline Erin Mike from The Bog .. dropped down for a beer at Stiperstones Innmilejunkie21/05/2022
From car park at the Bog, circular walk north to Oak Hill and Castle Ring, then south along the ridge over the Devil's Chair, Manstone Rock/trig and Cranberry Rock. Lovely day. With Gillian, Harriet and Mikerichard6908/05/2022
W/The Lads. From Stiperstones village.Sedge19/03/2022
Very enjoyable 3 mile walk from eastern carparkbenwloudon21/02/2022
Ascended good track from car park to the SE. Track is rocky, summit bouldery and involved a little scramble. Nice bit of fun in the dark in the rain.JK14/02/2022
With Alma Aurea. Walked the ridge from Stiperstones to Black Rhadley, very scenic but a bit breezy.meltdiceburg03/10/2021
With Bob Sewell from The Bridges pub. Took in all of the high points on the main ridge. Roasting hot.Peterb08/09/2021
Parked at the car park to the S.paulhilder22/08/2021
Parked at car park to the south. 369 977. Followed path up to the Rocky outcrop for scramble to the trig point. Found shelter from wind to enjoy Brilliant views whilst eating early lunch.Hippy7716/08/2021
5/6 Dewey Day. Stiperstones from the Nature Reserve car park to the south east. Visited the Trig, which has a lovely airy perch on the very top of the rocky summit. (S)silveracorn_alan14/08/2021
Parked at the National Trust car park to the south (£3 but entirely voluntary) and followed the footpath to the summit. Continued onto Devils Chair and then looped back around, car park very busy by the time I got back so advise getting here early in summer! The summit was breathtaking in the mist, very eerie and had a distinct Middle Earth feel to it. Will be coming back here on a clearer day to see what I imagine to be the incredible views.jamiequackers08/08/2021
See Kamoot entry for full details/gpx download: https://www.komoot.com/tour/433561392outlawcatcher27/07/2021
from car park good views of other hillsunderhill23/06/2021
Ascended from carpark at southern end of ridge.MattD9908/06/2021
From carpark.Slash304/06/2021
Climbed summit via circular walk from the Bog Centre car park. Short scramble up to trig point.southern_rambler21/05/2021
From the bog car park. Was getting late and started to get incredibly foggy, visibility closed right in. Very atmospheric!Gerry the Ranger08/05/2021
With Thalia. Great TrigHowellsey30/04/2021
https://www.strava.com/activities/5209571471Sleepwa1ker28/04/2021
A small and easily missable sign at the top CP says it is pay-by-mobile-phone parking (whatever that means, and unsure of what the £ penalty is if you fail to see it and comply). There is a bigger more prominent sign with the same message at The Bog CP. But there is free verge parking near top CP. Up Shropshire Way from road junction at SO362976 - a horribly rocky slow going path, reminiscent of the boulder fields on some Scottish summits. Entertaining, but all too brief, scramble to trig point.Isbjorn17/04/2021
A wander around from Knolls carparkDan Baddeley12/12/2020
Many rock features on top fun to climbfreethehilltops30/10/2020
From The Bog over the ridge, return via track to SW after Devils Chair.squeegs24/10/2020
Long Mynd and Stiperstones from Near Gatton Campsite, 20km 5hr loop.Stevooo19/09/2020
Started from nearest CP to SSE. Just a 1km walk from here. 100m ascent. Some climbing required at the summit but not too challenging. With whole family.RoguePulsar25/07/2020
I liked climbing the rocks with my family and it was fun going down them. I liked the walk up because of the cool heatherspeedyclimber25/07/2020
Very scenic. Initial path up is good, however once you get toward the summit the path is very rocky and around the trig point itself there’s very a steep drop. Stunning views and worth it in the end!evangelinebarratt25/07/2020
From the Bog car park - surprised that there were not more folk about. We both took as challenging a line up the rocks as possible. Maisie declined to jump of the trig!DanMaisieBex24/07/2020
From car park to trig point atop rocky outcropianandbarbara24/07/2020
11.7 mile walk from The Bog car park, followed surprisingly easy and well waymarked paths across fields to Mucklewick Hill, from there headed south through Nind farm and along unclassified road up onto Black Rhadley Hill, from there followed road a little further then path up to Nipstone Rock (22m prominence), then easy trail up onto Stiperstones (2nd time bagged), nice rocky climb up to the trig, then followed Shropshire way north with a quick heather bash onto The Paddock, turned back and followed contouring path west of Stiperstones back to The Bog. Clear and sunny/breezy day with amazing views of surrounding area and afar from the Radnor Forest up to Plynlimon area and Snowdonia; You could easily see the Berwyns, Aran Fawddwy, Cadair Idris and what looked like Glasgwm, Maesglase and maybe even Snowdon. Quite busy on Stiperstones but the rest of the walk fairly quiet. Earlier that day bagged Earls Hill.DanTrig20/06/2020
Parked at Snail beach village hall CP. Ascent via Snailbeach through woodland to Shepherds Rock, Devil's Chair and Marstone Rock. Back at car for 1pm.Sweepy147126/05/2020
Sunset climb from The Bog car park where Dr Watson was parked. With GFE. Sunset was incredible.Fionalevey16/05/2020
With Heath MyndFlatfield05/03/2020
Parked early in village of Stiperstones , short but steep climb up for a loop across the top . Very windy on top and saw nobody else up there ..D SID03/02/2020
A long walk along the lower flanks with a visit to Brook Vessons nature reserve before heading to the top and return along the spinegreboicus30/12/2019
Not to the trig point. welshe28/12/2019
Parked at the Knoll / Nature reserve car park. Followed easy path to trig although had to use compass a a few times as it was mega foggy today. Scrambled up slippy rock to Trig from East side thebonce up, realised west would have been safer. No views due to fog but a great mini adventureironwolf27/12/2019
Stiperstones from GR: SO 36927 97695Hippster24/10/2019
Stiperstones from GR: SO 36927 97695ronaldo33324/10/2019
Walked the 2.7 miles from YHA Bridges in the evening to catch the sunset.WAYNE ROWLETT07/09/2019
from CPM6KIO05/09/2019
Second ascentPeteF13/07/2019
One of the 6 Shropshire Summits.MichaelF08/06/2019
from The Bog visitor Centre.IanHHill01/06/2019
Started from Nature Reserve car park, easy climb to start with then the rocky path begins. Sturdy footwear required, otherwise a pretty easy climb and a scramble up to the summit trig point. Excellent views of the Long Mynd and Corndon Hillgiant_hiker22/04/2019
From car park to SSE, good path up to the ‘stones’ easy scramble up to trig point. Then on to The Paddock.PeterD07/04/2019
From the higher nature reserve car park to the south. Lovely wee scramble on the summit rocksN.Morters05/04/2019
Started in the Stiperstones National Nature Reserve - Knolls Car Park at SO 36978 97716 (take note someone has turned the road sign 90 degrees at the entrance to the CP) easy walk for the first part until you reach the ridge then the path becomes very stoney, the summit a trig point (TP6185) requires an easy scramble, excellent views all round.Tony Hartry14/01/2019
Parked to the SE of Cranberry Rock. Then walked up to Stiperstones, climbed up to the trig again after 16.5 years, then walked over to the Paddock. Returned by same route before the drizzle arrived.Dugswell201/10/2018
Very rocky path. Good quality footwear essential to prevent twisted ankles.Ed15/08/2018
From Snailbank village hall via Lordshill & The Paddock. Clear path from The Paddock which joins the Shropshire Way. Rock formations and 360 degree views to be seen en route before reaching Manstone Rock and the trig point which requires some care but should be safely achievable for most walkers/climbers.muzza214/08/2018
Parked at The Bog and walked the ridge from South to North. Spectacular rock formations. Turned left after the Devil's Chair and returned on track. Good weather. With AP&J. 6km.PiranhaFish11/08/2018
Parked at The Bog car park (free). Went up to climb on Nipstone Rock and up to Nipstone Hill (445m) first. Then a lovely walk, climbing all the rocky tors along the way, to the summit. Spectacular position for the trig point. With Clare, Sail, Danú, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave09/08/2018
Day collecting Shropshire Marilyns, 7 in total.tomd409/08/2018
With Rob from CP to south along track NE then up to the Paddock and back along ridge, climbing all the rocks, much to Rob's amusement.KC15/06/2018
From large CP to SSE.Crib Goch12/04/2018
SoloBlisco01/04/2018
Ruth, Ruth's Mum and Joey the HoundGragmole26/12/2017
Ruth, Ruth's Mum and Joey the HoundCragmole26/12/2017
9/12M easy trek up from cp to the south. nice top.robertphillips19/10/2017
From the National Nature Reserve car park walked the Stiperstones (quartzite) ridge scrambling up to the summit trig. Continued to the more rounded Northern end dropping via Mytton Dingle - yellow & orange bracken with two Red Kites circling high above. Returned via Buxton Wood - Tankerville mine - Pennerley and the Bog (for tea and cake). Extended walk south alone the Stiperstones ridge to pick up the Nipstone and see the Hebridean Soay sheep. A beautiful place.briandavies18/09/2017
6 mile circular walk along Stiperstones Ridge from main Stiperstones carparkPaulineD15/08/2017
From parking due South. Enjoyed the wee scramble to the trig.NormanW15/06/2017
Along the ridge from the South car park to the Paddock and back via the trig point. Occasional intense showers made scrambling on slippy rock quite interesting. A marvellously atmospheric place.Nick Down103/06/2017
From Stiperstones village. Beautiful day. Hurried as going for dinner in Ldn w P. Rounsfell21/05/2017
 yorkielad26/04/2017
With K. Bit of scrambling at the topAshley14/04/2017
To touch the top of tbe trig point requires some careful scrambling.Topographer5708/04/2017
Hike with the local rambling group. Parking close to the Bog Visitor Centre. Stiperstones-Sneachill-Buxton Hillmanilena02/04/2017
Brilliant spring daycjo24/03/2017
Probably the most iconic peak in the West Midlands. Past right over the top 9 years ago but made no effort to climb the summit rocks.Alex C23/03/2017
From free car park at The Bogdgresty15/03/2017
Walked from The Knolls, climbed to trig point, dropped down to Brook Vessons, then back up to restored cottages and returned to The Knolls on Gatten Plantation pathNormski26/02/2017
https://www.strava.com/activities/6571586038 South Shropshire CircularSleepwa1ker25/02/2017
Minsterley to White Grit over the Stiperstones Ridge. Brilliant hill, could easily spend a day scrambling on the crags and enjoying the views. Watched a morning inversion in the valleys to the south slowly break up which was a nice treat.Jake99425/01/2017
KJFcrazy27/10/2016
3/7 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 The Bog cp: road and SW to Stiperstones and The Paddock, then via Stiperstones village to Buxton Hill, returning along road with a detour to the Tankerville Lead Mine site. Weather; sunny, warm day with good visibility.amblerbob19/10/2016
From the high car park. Lovely summit perch.hillsman10/10/2016
Parked at The Bog car park, Bridge Car park is easier path though. Most striking summit in Shropshire. Very rocky and not easy to walk on the paths. The Bog visitor centre is worth a visit, nice cakes.Viroco09/10/2016
With Jenx, repeat from south. Over the crag line to summit trig, nice scramblingnordicstar03/10/2016
A really lovely perch for the trig!jenx03/10/2016
On the Longmynd Hikerolfkim01/10/2016
Walked up from the Bridge Inn [walker friendly car-park] to the summit trig pillar. Bit breezy on top :)sooztops30/09/2016
Very rocky, very fun!!CalTudor10/09/2016
Very rocky very fun!! I liked scrambling, and it's the best scrambling ever.BlueFreddyTeam10/09/2016
Parked near The Bog to the South. The top was a bit rockier than I thought, and our 4 and 6 year olds only touched the trig point with very close supervision.Ham and Skate10/09/2016
Pouring with rain. Will have to come back again to see the views!twg2709/07/2016
Finest summit in Shropshire with its amazing rocky tors. Climbed solo from the The Knolls to the south via the Shropshire Way. Return via car park to SE. Actually 2nd time I've done this one. Great views west into Wales. Mostly pleasant afternoon with lots of Sun, but heavy shower on return. Time just over 1 hour.jamessteel10025/06/2016
great views on this walkAristotle Chip20/03/2016
With Sue and family.Frank19/03/2016
Enjoyable 6/7 mile circular hikemrcarllewis27/02/2016
3/5. Solo. Parked in car park to the SSE. Good path to the summit crags then a scramble to the TP. Cold but good clear views.mike.hoult25/02/2016
With Jane, Simon, Ann, Gerard, Julie and Kim from the obvious car park. Pity the bronze age road builders hadn't done a better job.Newton Maximus31/12/2015
A circuit from the car park to the SSE. Route and write-up at: http://gayleybird.blogspot.co.uk/2015/12/stiperstones.htmlGayle06/12/2015
Revisited with SG from car park to SSE.Smudge16/11/2015
With SmudgeSteveG16/11/2015
Mostly cloudy. Stiperstones from Snailbeach. Visiting The Hollies and Brook Vessons nature reserves then ascending to main ridge via Blakemoorgate. Climbing Sheperd's Rock, Devil's Chair, Manstone Rock (536m) and Cranberry Rock before reaching The Bog visitor centre. Returning via Stiperstones Inn and Mytton Dingle. Distance = 17.5km. Average moving speed = 4.5km/h. Time moving = 3:54. Ascent = 520m.paulnewby8117/10/2015
Part of a mega circuit from Hope School, following tracks to Crows Nest Dingle, then to Castle Ring hill fort (it has to be seen, and is a fine view point). Then along the ridge to Stiperstones, via all the rocky knobbles, then to Heath Mynd, Corndon Hill and back past Mitchell's Fold along Stapeley Hill and minor roads. Watch out for insane, aggressive dogs at Little Cefn Farm and Corndon Farm (if you have problems with them, report the problem to Powys County Council).Gill10/10/2015
From The Bog car park, followed path up over road and onto summit at Manstone Rock. Not the easiest trig to reach but worth it. Good scramble over Devil's Chair and then back down. Great place to walk - like Long Mynd but much quieter.Stuzinho27/06/2015
Killy training - Left from Bridges pubaussie196111/04/2015
Glorious Easter Monday walk up from The Bog. Could see Brecon Beacons, Cader etcMattM05/04/2015
Waled from Poles Coppice via Eastridge Wood and The Hollies, then dropped down to Brook Vessons before heading back.Normski06/03/2015
If doing Long Mynd Pole Bank, might as well do this one too.mike.hartley15/02/2015
3rd of my 10 Shropshire marilynsLaura.W31/01/2015
From car park to S. Short walk up on good paths visiting Cranberry Rock first then Devil's Chair. Easy scramble to HP at trig pillar on exposed rocky peak.jonglew25/01/2015
With Mum: Snailbeach - Stiperstones - The Hollies - Lordshill - Snailbeach. The summit rocks are very impressive.Mark Jackson31/12/2014
Longmynd Hike. Caer Caradoc, The Lawley, Pole Bank, Stiperstones, Earls Hill, Shelve Hill & Black Rhadley HillADT04/10/2014
With Anne and Katherine. From car park to the south up good path which skirts summit on east side. Small scramble to trig point and highest point very close to trig point - easiest on west side. Continued to the north and back on the track past Gatten Plantation.pwbellarby05/08/2014
3/4GmacT08/07/2014
Large car park 369977 – Path to Manstone Rock – Scramble to summit trig point. (PM)gerrybowes30/05/2014
From the car park at the reserve.bolton30/05/2014
Last on the Dewey Cross day. Interesting scramble to the trig point and excellent views - from the car park.SS22/02/2014
The most recent of several walks on Stiperstones. This was the Foxholes reunion with Smoky, Miko, Glenn, Dave and Sarah, Pete and Taz. We started from Plowden then walkled the length of Long Mynd, down to Bridges then over to the Stiperstones and along the ridge to Snailbeach.Skip07/12/2013
From the CP to SE, up to crag line, various tops inc the summit trignordicstar16/11/2013
The quartzite tors at the top make this a unique hill. Ascended from SE car park and descended steeply down Mytton Dingle in order to visit the lead mines. Lots of Ravens too.mindlessflogger07/10/2013
Done solo as I was in the area. Buzzards. Kestrels and Blackberries. Good Autumn coloursAimless Rambler20/09/2013
Start ~ 369976, car park. With Annie & Sam.steve hudson12/09/2013
From car park - great views and good little scramble to the trig point.The Playful Pig11/07/2013
Ascended from car park to SE, via pub in Stiperstones. Fine and dry. With L and Wsteve_a05/06/2013
Walked up with my mum, Dad & Little Sister Amelia. Amelia, and I and my Dad all got up to the Trig point.isabelle summer31/05/2013
Great little walk up from the car park with the family. A it of a scramble to the top. Well done to my 5 & 7 year old who I helped to the Trig point.isabelle31/05/2013
Easy walk up from the Stiperstones car park shown on the map to the south east. However, if you are going on to The Paddock read my log for it to avoid doubling back along the horrendous stoned track.moorsman13/05/2013
With DanLouieb7807/05/2013
From Church Stretton, over the Long Mynd to Bridges, up the hill, back to the Horseshoe Inn, then a different route back to the station. Excellent day out with heavy snow showers.Richard27/04/2013
OM day-walk from Church Stretton to Snailbeach. Route was via Lightspout, Pole Bank, Shooting Box, Bridges, Cranberry Rock, then Stiperstones ridge. Camped at Foxholes (first time there) with Pete, Miko and Carol. Joined on Sunday by Chewie, Taz, Andrew Ryan and Helen, Simon 'Meravingian' and his two friends.Skip02/12/2012
Climbed with Geoff M6PYG for SOTA from main car park SO 369967 (20 mins to the top of Manstone Rock).G4OBK (Phil)01/12/2012
From Bog Car Parkmikependergast17/11/2012
On Long Mynd HikeWendynicholls06/10/2012
LONGMYND HIKEEVERTON06/10/2012
Started from the car park nearest Squilver and walked up through the cows and sheep who didn't seemed fussed enough by us or the dog to move out of the way. Made it to the top and climbed the rock pile approx 10m higher where the trig is positioned. Not for the faint hearted!hmt100004/09/2012
with Jenny training for Nepal,sunny afternoon, tea at Bog. 1.5hrsfluter02/09/2012
Worth coming back to, the excuse being climbing The Paddock but climbed Stiperstones on the way out and the way back!!JohnStoneham29/07/2012
Walked from campsite in Pennerley to join Shropshire way and then south to top. Light rain fell most of the time so no view. Tea at the Bog and strolled home.Overthehilljill13/07/2012
wonderful hill, had to hold on to the trig point though very strong easterly winds.hodder26/05/2012
CUHWC Stiperstones Day Trip. The Bog - Stiperstones - Black Rhadley Hill - Heath Mynd (with some trespassing) - Cefn Gunthly - Corndon Hill - Mucklewick Hill - the Bog. Weather good. Not with the usual suspects today.AGWilliamson06/05/2012
CUHWC Stiperstones day trip, linear walk with Peter and Kerrie; Fishpool - Corndon Hill - Hyssington - Heath Mynd - Cefn Gunthly - Black Rhadley Hill - Stiperstones - The Bog. Lovely countryside, views towards Mid Wales, great scrambling on Devil's Chair.Mark Jackson06/05/2012
Part of 20-mile training walk/run for Welsh 3000sbri&dave09/04/2012
Lovely walk today with Nate. Parked at The Bog and walked up to the Chair before returning. Not bad for a 4yr old. Fabulous views all round from trig point.neilford197302/03/2012
Solo walk from Shelve via Pennerly then along the Shropshire Way. Mist descended as the ridge was gained. Tough walking along rocky path, slipperly scramble up to the trig on Manstone Rock. On to Plox Green via Castle Ring hillfort.thesweetcheat21/12/2011
My 500th Marylin!!!!GWR Chris21/10/2011
How did the trig point get there? One of the best summits for wow factor. A great summer's walk.JohnStoneham26/06/2011
Six Shropshire Summit Challenge 2011bradonline11/06/2011
With Si, Happy, KeithPreCambrianLife20/04/2011
From The Knolls car park (SO 36932 97676). Clear path to the summit.david23020120/03/2011
parked at the bog. short circular route. easy but very coldstig_nest14/02/2011
walked up from the pub with the 2 german shepards got to the top of the ridge then decided to make the decent as light was fading.Had a really nice walk and enjoyed a drink and a bite to eat in the stiperstones inn before we went home.olinicki28/01/2011
OtisGlenford31/10/2010
As part of the Long Mynd Hike 2019Joolz50005/10/2010
A rock-strewn 30 minute jaunt from the moorland car park, but offers superb rewards in the shape of long views in all directions. The final ascent to the triangulation pillar is regarded as a mere clamber by some, but is the closest I ever get to rock-clmrs_ts702/08/2010
Second (and third counting the small 500 contour just NE of here) of all peaks in Shropshire over 500m done on 2nd August 2010.Chingwakabungya02/08/2010
Started at public car park, NE to meet Shropshire Way just above 'The Hollies'. Followed the Shopshire Way down to 'The Rock' and returned via road past 'The Knolls' Clody day but warm with fairly good viewsDashers25/07/2010
Walk from Pole Bank to Middletown 23 mileswindridge10/07/2010
Whilst camping at Ebury HllLoobyLouLouLou30/05/2010
Walked up with Jason , Dean and Matty. Very windy day (as usual) which made getting up to the trig point tricky...simon and co05/04/2010
By way-marked route from S to all over the Devil's Chair.Eddie25/02/2010
Walked from The Bog up to Striperstone and then along the Shropshire Way to Heath Mynd.rhalstead13/02/2010
We struggled to drive there in the snow. Ascended from The Bog. Foggy and cold. As we gained height, we exited the fog and it was deep snow, crip, blue and the sharpest view possible. From Devils Chair, we could see Snowdon. Unbelievable! What a day!Steve W24/12/2009
Longmynd Hike 17 hrs 17 minsoldpens03/10/2009
Done this one a few times, was taken there by friends before I had a great understanding of where I was. Would like to do more hills in this area.tumpawumpa10/07/2009
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. This hill is a lot better then Shropshires highest Brown Clee Hill and should be the county top, Trigs a bit awkward to get at.DanTrig27/06/2009
With Alby and Chris. Six Shropshire Summits.Stuart Hyde13/06/2009
Beautiful morning. From car park to S of summit (9:15) walked up to and along ridge to summit tor. Met many people on walk from Corndon Hill to the Clees. Back to car (10:05) dbb13/06/2009
Rocky underfoot-hard work on the feet, nice to stop on the outcrops-Manstone & devils Chair.apricorum02/06/2009
Lovely walk up from Snailbeach -great viewswoodse21/05/2009
With Mag.Over summit then down to pub via Perkins Beach. Back up to Snail Beach and a lovely valley returning to Shepherds Rock. Fine day good walk.iredale03/04/2009
with Neil and Tony, a round from The Bog in cold conditions with snow on the top.Lou13/02/2009
Ice, mud, water and Snow ! Not to bad to walk up though, but is going to be very muddy once it melts.heavyhorses21/01/2009
Freezing temperatures, great work very variedthejerv29/12/2008
Came up to bag a geocache/waymark.nolan20/12/2008
Parked in carpark to SSE. Brilliant sunshine, heavy frost and valleys full of fog. Excellent summit. What a great place to be.Father Ted29/11/2008
During a weekend in Church Stretton with Lunty & Smithy. From the car park due S on a foggy day, up the path & the mild scramble on to various blocks on the spine of the ridge. Continued to Devil's Chair & dropped around side of Green Hill for a quick pint in the village. Then back up on the ridge by which point the sun had come out revealing a temperature inversion for as far as the eye could see. All of the Shropshire Marilyns & Welsh hills poking up through the sea of cloud as the sun set & dusk fell. Absolutely stunning!NotReallyABagger29/11/2008
hill 2 of 6on the 37mile ldw. Nice easy path to the top and a good scramble to the trig point. Then off to Long Myndwee mac14/06/2008
With D,M,CS192129/05/2008
Caught the Shuttle bus from Carding Mill valley to the Bog visitor centre, then ascended onto the broken rocks, where I briefly glimpsed a red kite! On to Heath Mynd after.DanHolme26/05/2008
Whilst out geocachingtonibunny16/12/2007
With Dan and Dave Wearing Fidget16/12/2007
With Dijohnoz08/09/2007
From the south west via The Rock and Nipstone Rock.Wheelsy27/07/2007
SOTA activation, Lightning!!Ian G7KXV19/06/2007
Nice leisurely walk with my sister and her fiance. Great views all round just a shame about the rain!NESW26/05/2007
Impressive trig point!destaylor26/02/2007
Straight up from the NNR car parking, sadly no views and a DNF on the cache as wellRhayader_wander08/01/2007
twice nowTownshend01/01/2007
CK, club SheilaS09/12/2006
Estimated datesheila&chris30/06/2006
The trig point is on top of a rock outcrop with great views. Walked from Nature Reserve free car park SO369977, along top and down to Snailbeach Mine Museum then back via Gittinshay Wood.Nick18/06/2006
My favourite hill in Shropshire. This was the first time I went up, from the bridge car park.Neolith11/06/2006
From carpark to S, very pleasant stroll along ridge. Trig perched on high rock. Carried on along ridge as it was so interesting.Aye Jimmy06/05/2006
Nice walk with my wife topped by a meal in the Horseshoe Inn, Bridges.Mark197401/04/2006
SOTASteve 2E0KPO28/01/2006
With RHWGeoff Briggs19/11/2005
Spent the night up there listening to the wind whistle... the first of many trips up to the Devils Chair.Lesley Jackson31/10/2005
2.07/10/2006 3.23/02/2008 4.04/10/2008jimmy6601/10/2005
Day after first attempt at across wales walklittlemisslakes06/09/2005
from snailbeach excellent rocky topsteven ruffles23/08/2005
With Rose and Bran.beorwulf22/05/2005
Gaynormeugher01/05/2005
Revisit. #14 of 40 Marilyns in 24h23, Brent Lynam drivingRHW12/03/2005
Revisit date. First date not recorded. RHW17/07/2004
With: solo; Parked in carpark to SE and followed the bridle track up to the summit. Quite a few people about but unfortunately it was a bit misty. This made the summit rocks and trig point quite atmospheric..Ian Baines07/09/2003
http://tomread.co.ukm1eyp27/05/2003
Walk from the Bog car park with Jane and Keith - also did earlier with R and G WalkerWoolly Hattie26/08/2002
With SB, 9 Shropshire Marilyns in one day plus drove to Heath Mynd but too dark and unsure where to park...I will return.Dugswell211/05/2002
Galltywenallt06/04/2002
lovely local walk , great views, was very windyjaydee97519/01/2002
Est, with mum when broth and sister at PGLTrantham Clan01/04/2001
R Fell race Richard Tait02/01/2001
Super views.Taz3801/01/2001
ROB Richard Tait01/01/2001
Because of the extreme temperature -13C left car at Bridges Shropshire Way to the Stiperstones ridge. Then headed south to trig which was mounted on a 20ft rock outcrop. The icy rocks made this more interesting than normal.garyhoney29/12/2000
exact date unknown but I've been heregigglejon01/01/2000
Remember doing this as a scout and getting caught out in halestorms in May! This time came up from Stiperstones Pub and scrambled to top. Excellent hill and excellent meal in pub after.robphys01/11/1998
date?nathanp01/06/1998
plus 2nd time with Jamie 30/07/08vegibagger06/10/1996
My 40th Birthday treat. But sadly a gloomy and misty day. lunch at a nearby pub. Read Malcolm Saville's Lone Pine series as a teenager.Anthony Vosper07/08/1995
Walked a long time ago, with a group from my then work. Impressive top.Fwapp06/06/1995
From the cp to the SSE. We went via Gatten Plantation then stayed on the moor, using very thin tracks. They may be more worn now but in 1995 we might have been better joining the Shropshire Way above the Hollies. Lots of butterflies - Green Hairstreaks, Small Heaths on the E slopes-on a hot hazy day, then a good 2km along the ridge, going on the Devil's Chair and the summit, Manstone Rock. An excellent hill of great character. With Pete and Mom, who went a remarkable pink colour in the heat, but walked well as always.pwheeler06/05/1995
With MG/PEJohnIvor20/11/1994
On Shropshire Wayarranc17/04/1993
Had flown back from climbing week in Malaga day before. Stayed with Darren's parents for Christmas meal and clothes washed! Day out on own by car doing 9 Shropshire Marilyns (marilyn book published earlier this year). Daylight ebbing -grey and miserable. Ran the 1km from car park to summit passing walkers descending all wrapped up contrasting to my running gear.Slippery stones to fun summit sramble.Chris Pearson27/12/1992
Training for South Shropshire Circularkindpercy15/02/1992
With Saldavechaffey01/05/1991
From the Bog, circular walk.Fred Windsor21/09/1990
petey01/01/1990
Date unknown RHW01/01/1990
Self and TaffyInvicta1431/05/1986
Long Mynd Hike (Twice) Also LDWA Shropshire 100petesimpson25/02/1984
LONGMYND HIKEEVERTON01/10/1983
KeithByTheC13/06/1982
with DL Climbing & Fell Walking Club (date est.)batrigg01/07/1980
Approx dateKM01/01/1977
On the Six Shropshire Peakssignyred21/06/1975
Ascended whilst walking between Knighton and Bridges Youth Hostel. Part of a walk from Llangagog to Church Stretton. Also climbed in July 1990.JohnW30/05/1975
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A great - easy hill from the carpark in the south. Loads of tops to explore - like little tors and endless bilberry patches. The trig point is perched on a rock pedestal.ChinnockCblank
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