Clee Hills

Clee Hills, Ludlow: Address, Phone Number, Clee Hills Reviews: 4.5/5

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Bobcat605
Rugby, UK494 contributions
A fascinating bit of architectural archaeology
Jul 2021
You can drive right up pretty well to the top where there are a lot of derelict works connected with the former quarrying. These are fascinating to explore. This is a good jumping off spot for walks on the hill and you should make sure you see the radar domes. It is all very unusual and has a rather lunar landscape. If walking further afield on the hill to wards Clee Hill village make sure you avoid the current working quarry
Written 21 July 2021
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Leigh Jarrett
West Bromwich, UK3 contributions
Romantic, beautiful, inspiring
Jun 2020 • Couples
Amazing views, rough car park but if you go slow its amazing, nice little walk, very romantic and sets the mood, definitely recommend
Written 7 June 2021
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Sarah8276
68 contributions
Fantastic View
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 31 May 2021
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Lindsey
Worcestershire, UK10 contributions
To the summit
Jun 2020
Good walk, a little tricky over the ridge. Took us about three hours to walk from the carpark and do the circuit,
Written 29 October 2020
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Theophilus
Southampton, UK265 contributions
Having
Sep 2020
Having known A E Housman's cycle of poems "A Shropshire Lad" since I was at school (in the 1960s) I had long wanted to visit the Clee Hills - and see those "blue remembered hills" for myself. I was not disappointed - a fantastic view.
Written 22 September 2020
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Kimberley B
Castleford, UK6 contributions
nice walk but needs signs!
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 12 September 2020
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Sassy6283
18 contributions
Awesome
Aug 2020 • Family
This place is absolutely beautiful and worth a visit with children of all ages ... fab day with a picnic
Written 18 August 2020
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Tracey G
Halesowen, UK1,962 contributions
Great views
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 8 August 2020
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sam t
Hereford, UK10 contributions
Strange days on Clee Hill, watchout there's a Roland about
Jul 2020 • Family
An exhilarating day on "The Clee". Why go anywhere else when you can stand upon this mount and see it all from here.
Written 13 July 2020
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VeggieCyclist
St. Albans, UK73 contributions
Really quite wild
Mar 2020
Although Clee Hill is not a long way from towns, it has a really wild, austere feel. Plus the old mine buildings make for some arty photos!
Good for blowing away some cobwebs.
Written 13 March 2020
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