Long Mynd - Pole Bank 516m [Peak]
52.544666, -2.863784 [UK]
Worldwide: 117th= [all time] 107th= [last year] 1st= [last month]
Country: 117th= [all time] 107th= [last year] 1st= [last month]
Source: Database of British and Irish Hills v14
Last Bagged on 10th Nov 2020 10:57am by FellBound
First Bagged on 31st Mar 2012 10:56am by alistairpooler
Maps to Long Mynd - Pole Bank
9th Feb 2013
A day of walking from Church Stretton with other Social Hiking users. See my blog post for more details: http://blog.alistairpooler.co.uk/2013/02/the-long-mynd.html
Beacons: 32 | Distance: 21.5 km | Height Gain: 669 m
3rd - 4th Nov 2012
Church Stretton in Shropshire. Night hiking with Andy (@mixedupmessedup) and a wild camp in the snow on Long Mynd - Pole Bank before meeting up with Fiona (@fionascot) and Nina (@Smirnie71) to hike up Caer Caradoc and Hope Bowdler hill.
Beacons: 346 | Distance: 24.6 miles | Height Gain: 6,785 ft
15th - 16th Apr 2013
Pack too heavy, weighed down with a bottle of Dutch courage, the delightfully named Ducking Stool, a very fine Herefordshire ale. Wind gusted up to 40mph on the Long Mynd, the sun and clouds painted ever changing pictures and I had fun setting up camp but slept very badly and I want to do it all over again. Fantastic first solo wild camp :)
Beacons: 179 | Distance: 15.7 km | Height Gain: 492 m
Top Baggers of Long Mynd - Pole Bank
Forty something walker and outdoor enthusiast embracing Social Hiking and loving the adventure.
Aged 71 years old you would have thought I had more sense than to decide to visit all the Wainwrights in 2020. (and all the Nuttalls in the Lakes). And then to start in January. I used to live in Shrewsbury. I am going to live in Sussex....
A hiker, a wild camper, a cyclist and a geek when it comes to mobile apps and outdoor tech. Use Viewranger to navigate my adventures and Social Hiking to record and share them. #ShareYourAdventure with me http://www.pilgrimchris.co.uk
Hillwalker and backpacker based in Stockport. My favourite walking area is the Highlands in general and I try to get up there as often as possible! http://blog.alistairpooler.co.uk