The Three Cairns on Stapley Hill Shropshire

Harriet and I are up on Stapley Hill in Shropshire looking for three cairns (actually there are only two, but we don’t know that yet!)

Stapeley Hill is a sacred saddleback shaped hill in South-West Shropshire, near the village of Priestweston, not far from another landmark, Corndon Hill.

The Hill is home to Mitchell’s Fold and along the path leading from the Fold which crosses Stapeley Common, home to the Cow Stone or single standing Stone – Menhir and the Stapeley Hill Ring Cairn. There are two Bronze Age cairns at or near the summit, and such round cairns are a common feature of Welsh mountain summits.


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