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“On a clear day you can see forever”
Review of Clee Hills

Clee Hills
Ranked #4 of 26 things to do in Ludlow
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 30 August 2013

This summer the views have often been spectacular. The hills are a good place to walk. There is a large car park and a public toilet. There are plenty of inquisitive sheep who beg for food, despite the signs asking visitors not to feed them.

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"old quarry"
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"fantastic views"
in 16 reviews
"radar station"
in 6 reviews
"car park"
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"miles and miles"
in 5 reviews
"hay bluff"
in 2 reviews
"water filled"
in 2 reviews
"fish and chip shop"
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"steep walk"
in 2 reviews
"lovely area"
in 4 reviews
"far reaching views"
in 2 reviews
"peace and quiet"
in 2 reviews
"worth the trip"
in 2 reviews
"well worth the visit"
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"ludlow castle"
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"summit"
in 22 reviews
"sheep"
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Reviewed 28 August 2013

I have a special affection for this part of Shropshire, not far from the Clee Hills is the village of Munslow nearby is a house named
Millichope it has now reverted back into a dwelling in the 1950s it was a wonderful Boarding School and I spent many happy years
it was run by an Ex RAF Pilot. after leaving school I travelled all over the UK in connection with my various jobs.

To get back to the Clee Hills what a wonderful area so steeped in history some ancient and some modern.

The Clee Hills area as well as being an area of oustanding beauty it is also used occasionall by
the Military for F.A.C work which is Forward Air Control, Military Personell on the ground it can be soldiers personell from any of the three services guide aircraft onto a given target, it could be The Clee Hill Radio Masts or local farm buildings. This is a true story a farmer in Wales was so fed up with RAF Jets flying over his farm that he painted the legend "PISS OFF BIGGLES" in white paint on the roof of his black painted Dutch Barn, it had the opposite effect every pilot from all three air services flew over his farm to photograph the letters on his Dutch Barn.

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Reviewed 27 August 2013

Titterstone Clee Hill is a reclaimed mining/quarrying area, with impressive earthworks and old buildings. It is a lovely place to walk with great views over a vast area.

1  Thank Herbie-Green
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Reviewed 25 August 2013

A visit to the top of Titterstone Clee Hill is well worth it for the fantastic views you get. It is not particularly well publicised; follow signs from Clee Hill village. We drove almost to the top where there is a parking place, and then walked to the summit. As well as the views, you can explore the remains of buildings associated with the mining industry on the hill; some interesting industrial archaeology. Make sure you go on a clear day!

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Reviewed 23 August 2013

what an odd hill! its an old volcano that has been extensively mined and now has radar recievers on the top. saying that you can drive almost to the top and there are fantastic views. great place to watch sunsets/meteors, or take interesting photos.

1  Thank JaneyC16
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