Corndon Hill above the Mitchells Fold stone circle
|Elevation||513 m (1,683 ft)|
|Prominence||201 m (659 ft)|
|Parent range||Shropshire Hills|
|Topo map||OS Landranger 137|
see also: Hyssington
It is surrounded on three sides by the English county of Shropshire and forms a prominent landmark in the Wales-England border. Corndon's prominent western edge appears to form a separate hill and is known locally as Lan Fawr (Welsh: 'Big Hill').
Corndon Hill is often used as a launch site by paraglider pilots, usually in an easterly wind.
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