As a hill, it’s barely there – the highest point is only about 170m (less than 600ft) above sea level. As a viewpoint for the south Shropshire hills, especially those around Church Stretton, it’s a grandstand! The grassy and almost level top is popular with dog-walkers, but down past the venison farm and along the unsurfaced track through Exfords Green, it’s much quieter. Returning by the pine-topped hill towards Lyth Bank, the views are opening out a little towards the west, to the Breidden hills and the Berwyns beyond.
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