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Hill number:2838
Height:536.9m / 1761ft
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
Hill area:Long Mynd
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Clem
Grid ref:SO 36755 98648
Summit feature:rock 1m from trig point
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, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)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
Nomad Perkins04/12/2023
With LJanet M15/09/2023
Lindsay 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
Janice Barker11/07/2023
Stephen Hall11/07/2023
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
Matt Hicks01/07/2023
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
Mike The Tyke15/12/2022
The Tyke14/12/2022
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
A W Bryan23/09/2022
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
David S20/08/2021
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