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Sarah8276
68 contributions
May 2021
Absolutely fantastic 360 degree views over Shropshire and beyond to several neighbouring counties from the summit of Titterstone Clee Hill. There is much archaeology to be found around the hill, ranging from iron age enclosures to more recent abandoned quarry workings. A great place to visit for an hour on a warm, sunny clear day with a picnic (pasties from Ludlow farmers market!). Parking is free, with the parking area located an easy 10-1 5 minutes stroll from the summit. Excellent views can still be enjoyed from the parking area for those unable to make the short climb to the top.
Written May 31, 2021
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Tracey G
Halesowen, UK2,037 contributions
Aug 2020 • Friends
Park on the car park at the top. Not very big but usually a space. Great views. Seats available. No bins so TAKE YOUR RUBBISH home

Walk down a little way and buy an ice cream. Enjoy
Written August 8, 2020
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Harley
Ludlow, UK155 contributions
Mar 2015 • Solo
I'm lucky enough to live in this lovely spot and have walked the hill (Clee) for thousands of miles over the years. It is true that Clee Hill has it's own climate; sometimes for the better, sometimes not! Well worth a walk to the summit to enjoy the spectacular 360° views, taking in many counties. Probably the most remarkable sight l have witnessed was the plume of smoke from the Bunsfield oil depot fire - 100 miles away, as the crow flies!
Written March 6, 2015
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poultonian
Blackpool England19 contributions
May 2022
Assuming this is Clee Hill with the radar station atop, the local authority needs to get a grip! There were no litter bins, consequently beer cans etc. spread about and what possesses dog walkers to pick up their beloved's poo and then discard the bag! Surely more of a hazard to sheep than the poo itself! There were boy racers aplenty but not actually racing and plenty of evidence of pursuits in the past. The views on a clear day must be spectacular, however, an opportunity lost in my opinion.
Written May 10, 2022
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Kimberley B
Castleford, UK7 contributions
Sep 2020 • Couples
Really badly signposted. We weren't even sure the car park was the car park. However nice walk, even if we aren't sure we used the main track. Shame about the weather but the couldnt be helped
Written September 12, 2020
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percy1957bml
Walsall, UK15 contributions
Oct 2016 • Couples
Lovely views but what a dump of a village locals are very strange , morons drink in one and only pub, some dump called the golden cross , there's nothing golden about it !! Keep clear unless you want a deliverance moment:(
Written October 28, 2016
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pussycats
Dudley,WestMidlands.24 contributions
Jun 2016 • Family
On our way back from a day at Ludlow we decided to get fish and chips from the Clee Hills chippy and eat them looking at the glorious views on the Clee Hill.The food itself was very nice that is not why I am writing this review.The young girl who was serving us was quite pleasant,but another woman who I took as the owner greeted and served a local woman but showed us such disdain.She had uttered no words to us and I did not realize she was wrapping the chicken order and by chance I caught her eye and she just had the salt bottle hovering over the food with a stony expresstion nodding to me and then the chicken as if to say" do you want any salt on this".??I politely said "oh sorry no thankyou." At this she then just shoved the two bags of food at my niece with no smile,words certainly no warmth.I had used my please and thankyou"s whilst being served but because her behaviour had rattled me I took my change and said nothing which made me appear rude.Now I don"t expect a fanfare of trumpets when entering and ordering goods from a shop,but what I do think would be nice and not too much to expect are a bit of common manners.It seemed to be a local shop for local people as they say.Wished we had spent our 25+ pounds at Bewdley Catchems End Fish shop, where the staff that serve you there appreciate your business and even when they are so busy, can manage a smile and thanks.After all there are so many places you can choose to spend your money at and Clee Hills is a wonderful location, just a shame it was spoilt by poor customer skills to strangers.
Written June 4, 2016
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Tony Y
Aberdeen, UK61 contributions
Nov 2013 • Solo
Visited here in November to carry out a ham radio operation.
You can drive to within a mile of the top and park at the old quarry - the abandoned quarry buildings have an eerie post - apocalyptic atmosphere to them, especially when the cloud is in as it was when I visited.
The summit ridge of the hill has a cluster of NATS radar and radio installations installed, and there are a number of direct routes to the summit with the easy option of walking up the NATS service road.
VHF take off from here is amazing - I had 8 contacts in 25 minutes operating, max DX 80 miles !
Well worth a visit.
Written November 20, 2013
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Jonthevan
Bristol24 contributions
Feb 2018 • Friends
Clee Hill is amazing.
It’s a time capsule, the village has all you need, a brilliant bakery, a local shop with post office, a fantastic chippy (so friendly!) and a hot tub hire place. Yep. Hot tub hire.
The village hall has stuff going on and is cheap to hire.
There’s a free car park where you can eat your chips and take in the view.
Clee hill summit has not changed in 30 years... the view is the same bar a few more solar panels glinting in the sun. And it is sunny there, it’s so high it’s above the clouds a lot of the time. The views are amazing, I’d guess at 50 miles.
When I was a kid, maybe 8, my dad took me up there and we built a sort of dug out fort thing... it’s still there. I’m now 41.
The remains of the quarry workings are still there in all their lethal glory. You could fall in them and drown and no one would know.
The radar station is something to behold. It whirs away ominously and no one ever seems to be there.
This is where the infamous AIDS public info film was filmed!
And if you want you can rag a 4x4 or a Moto x bike around the summit and no one that matters will bat an eyelid.
I taught my younger brother how to drive up there.
It is a truly majestic place.
It’s slightly more gentrified these days but not much, a last bastion of reality in a world getting safer and duller.
I love it.
Written February 10, 2018
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Simpson53
Bewdley, UK105 contributions
Aug 2017 • Family
Have wanted to go off the main road for years and finally went up the road signposted Titterstone and Dhustone up to the "car park", although it is just an area of water filled potholes. Quite exciting going for 2 miles in rugged landscapes and then parked the car, looking at the view, and ate our lovely fish and chips bought from Clee Hill Fish and Chip shop. Looking forward to visiting again when we will park and go for a walk, as an interesting landscape.
Written August 13, 2017
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