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Titterstone Clee Hill Shropshire

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Looking towards the summit of the hill from the common land near Cleeton St Mary.
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Looking towards the summit of the hill from the common land near Cleeton St Mary.

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Hill surrounded by rural countryside in South Shropshire, rising to 533m (1749ft). Mostly covered in common land grazed by sheep, with wooded valleys, small villages and many abandoned quarries. Several large radar domes and masts on the summit visible for many miles.

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From Ludlow, take the A4117 towards Cleobury Mortimer, and the road passes near the summit. From Bridgnorth, take the B4364 road towards Ludlow. Around three parts of the way down the road, take a left turn onto the lane towards Cleeton St Mary. This lane comes out on the A4117 between Ludlow and Cleobury Mortimer.


Access over most of the common land.


Lay-bys along the lanes or in Cleehill village.



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