GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Clee Hills Walk

12 miles (19 km)

Visit Titterstone Clee Hilland Brown Clee Hillon this challenging walk in the Shropshire Hills AONB. Titterstone Clee stands at a height of 1,749 feet (533m) while Brown Clee at 1,772 feet (540m), is the highest peak in Shropshire. The views from the hills are truly wonderful with the Welsh Mountains of Snowdonia, Cadair Idris, theBrecon Beacons, and the Black Mountains visible. There are fine views across the Shropshire Hills AONB including Long Mynd, Caer Caradoc and Stiperstones are also marvellous. To the south are theMalvern Hillsand theCotswolds, and to the east are theClent Hills,Turner's Hill, and Barr Beacon. To the north isCannock Chase and thePeak DistrictincludingThe Roachesand Winter Hill.
This walk starts at the car park at Titterstone Clee Hilland follows the Shropshire Way 5 miles north to Brown Clee Hill. Look out for a variety of wildlife including rabbits, adders, peregrine,kestrel,skylark,Eurasian curlewandbarn owl often scene on the hills.
If you'd like to extend this walk you could start it from the nearby town of Ludlow and follow the Shropshire Way to Titterstone Hill.

Clee Hills OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Clee Hills Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

Pubs/Cafes

The little village of Cleehill is located just to the south of Titterston Hill. Here you could pay a visit to The Golden Cross. The friendly pub has an outdoor area with good views of the Teme Valley and Ludlow. It's located on the High Street at a postcode of SY8 3LZ for your sat navs. It's also dog friendly if you have your canine friend with you.

Cycle Routes and Walking Routes Nearby

Photos

Trig Point on Brown Clee Hill - geograph.org.uk - 321

Trig Point on Brown Clee Hill

Titterstone Clee Hill - geograph.org.uk - 1352287

Titterstone Clee Hill

Clee Hill Common - geograph.org.uk - 205711

Clee Hill Common. Famed roadside viewpoint high on Clee Hill. View beyond the gorse covered upland heath to Abberley and Woodbury Hill and most of Worcestershire.

Hill fort, Clee Hill - geograph.org.uk - 1093638

Hill fort, Clee Hill. While Titterstone Clee is best known for its industrial archaeology, there are older structures too. These are the remains of a stone wall just below the summit. This is a very large hill fort and one of the highest in England. The spread of stones reminds me of the forts in Scotland rather than the usual earthen ramparts found on other local forts. This side of the hill is undisturbed, beyond the summit much of the hill has been quarried away.

Summit, Clee Burf - geograph.org.uk - 2265714

Summit, Clee Burf

Sheep in the bracken - geograph.org.uk - 721462

Sheep in the bracken

The northern slopes of Clee Hill - geograph.org.uk - 3475778

The northern slopes of Clee Hill

Titterstone Quarry - geograph.org.uk - 4325489

Clee Hill

Video

GPS Files

GPX File

Clee Hills.gpx (On Desktop:Right Click>'Save As. On Ipad/Iphone:Click and hold>Share>Save to Files')

Memory Map Route

Clee Hills.mmo (On Desktop:Right Click>'Save As. On Ipad/Iphone:Click and hold >Share>Save to Files)