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Caer Caradoc Hill
459m (1506ft)

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Caer Caradoc Hill

Photograph by Karen Harding

Caer Caradoc Hill is classified as a:

  • Marilyn (84th in Eng, 1079th in GB)

 


Caer Caradoc Hill is on interactive maps:

  • OS Explorer (Orange Covers) sheet: 217
  • OS Landranger (Pink Covers) sheet: 137 and 138
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    You can walk to the top of Caer Caradoc Hill by using any of these 3 easy to follow route maps:

    Walk sh113 Caer Caradoc Hill from Church Stretton

    Route Summary: - Church Stretton, Caer Caradoc Hill, Little Caradoc, Church Stretton.

    Length: 11km (7 miles) | Ascent: 370m (ft) | Allow at least: 3¾hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate


    Walk sh134 Caer Caradoc Hill and The Lawley

    Route Summary: - Leebotwood, The Lawley, Comley, Caer Caradoc Hill, Three Fingers Rock, Comley, Leebotwood.

    Length: 13.5km (8½ miles) | Ascent: 546m (ft) | Allow at least: 5hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate


    Walk sh103 Ragleth Hill and Caer Caradoc Hill from Church Stretton

    Route Summary: - Church Stretton, The Jack Mytton Way, Snatchfield Farm, Clemcroft, Ragleth Hill, Ragdon Manor, Gaerstones Farm, Caer Caradoc Hill, Little Caradoc, Church Stretton.

    Length: 16.5km (10¼ miles) | Ascent: 742m (ft) | Allow at least: 6¼hrs | Grade:Walk Grades Explanation and Help Moderate



    If you LOG ON and then RELOAD this page it will display when you climbed, bagged and conquered Caer Caradoc Hill, what the weather was like, who you went with and any other comments you might like to add to remind you of that fantastic day. For more details see Your Personal Mountain, Top, Peak and Hill Bagging Record.


    Other walkers who hiked, climbed, bagged and summited Caer Caradoc HillFellow go4awalkers who have already walked, climbed, summited & bagged Caer Caradoc Hill

    Hilary Hardwick walked up Caer Caradoc Hill on March 25th, 2017 [from/via/route] started from Carding Mill Valley up to Long Mynd, descended and crossed over to Caer Caradoc, walked to summit and dozen other side back down to Church Stretton then up The Ragleth back down and across to ascend The Long Mynd again back down to Carding Mill Valley [with] we went with The National Trust, they run a couple of walks a year and it's called The Shropshire Skyline. There was a guide and 3 volunteers along with about 12 of us. [weather] beautiful sunny day a bit misty on a The Long Mynd at the start if the walk, once cleared we had blue sky and sun all day - quite a challenge 4 peaks in 8 hours and 18 miles in total ascent around 1500m. Will definitely do it again, found it a bit aged going at times at not at full fitness, next time I wont be the back marker!! But at least I didn't give up like 2 9of the group did

    Samantha Kimber climbed Caer Caradoc Hill on April 3rd, 2016 [from/via/route] Willstone Farm starting point [with] Jono, Ellie, Tabby, Jasper [weather] Sunny, windy and fairly chilly - Jasper's first completely unaided peak - where he's walked the entire way, up and down - all by himself. Not bad for a 4 year old!

    Simon Boddy bagged Caer Caradoc Hill on October 19th, 2014 [with] My girlfriend [weather] Sunny and windy

    Stephen Reader hiked Caer Caradoc Hill on October 15th, 2014 [from/via/route] The Lawley [with] Bev & Shep [weather] Cloudy

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    More Photographs & Pictures of views from, on or of Caer Caradoc Hill

    Ann on Caer Caradoc Hill overlooking Church Stretton

    1. Ann on Caer Caradoc Hill overlooking Church Stretton
    Photo: Brian Dexter (5)

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    2. Callow (left), Nills, Church Stretton, The Lawley, Caer Caradoc Hill and Ragleth Hill (right) from near Minton
    Photo: Debbie Green (11)

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    Church Stretton with The Lawley (left) and Caer Caradoc Hill behind from near Minton

    3. Church Stretton with The Lawley (left) and Caer Caradoc Hill behind from near Minton
    Photo: Debbie Green (10)

    The Lawley (left), Caer Caradoc Hill, Church Stretton, Ragleth Hill (right) with Yearlet and Ashlet  in the mid-distance from near Grindle above Ashes Hollow

    4. The Lawley (left), Caer Caradoc Hill, Church Stretton, Ragleth Hill (right) with Yearlet and Ashlet in the mid-distance from near Grindle above Ashes Hollow
    Photo: Debbie Green (12)

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    5. The Long Mynd (Pole Bank), Yearlet and Ashlet (mid-distance) with The Lawley (left), Caer Caradoc Hill, Church Stretton, Ragleth Hill (right) beyond from near Grindle above Ashes Hollow
    Photo: Debbie Green (13)

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    6. The Lawley (left), Caer Caradoc Hill, Church Stretton, Ragleth Hill (centre) from near Grindle above Ashes Hollow
    Photo: Debbie Green (14)

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    Nills (left) and Church Stretton with The Lawley and Caer Caradoc Hill beyond from near Minton

    7. Nills (left) and Church Stretton with The Lawley and Caer Caradoc Hill beyond from near Minton
    Photo: Debbie Green (9)

    The best person in the world on top of Caer Caradoc Hill (featuring The Lawley (centre left) and The Wilderness (right)

    8. The best person in the world on top of Caer Caradoc Hill (featuring The Lawley (centre left) and The Wilderness (right)
    Photo: Brian Dexter (1)

    Caer Caradoc Hill from Ragleth Hill

    9. Caer Caradoc Hill from Ragleth Hill
    Photo: Mike Knipe (177)

    Caer Caradoc Hill from Pole Bank (Long Mynd)

    10. Caer Caradoc Hill from Pole Bank (Long Mynd)
    Photo: Mike Knipe (178)


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