This walk visits the summit of Shropshire’s second highest hill, crosses some wild moorland and also provides an opportunity to explore some of the industrial heritage associated with the once important granite quarrying industry. Starting from Cleehill village the route continues via Rouse Broughton Terrace to Titterstone. The walk continues up the Bitterley incline to the summit of Titterstone Clee Hill. The onward route continues via the small village of Cleeton St.Mary back to the start.
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Other walks nearby
Walk 3334 - 1.4 miles / 2.2 km away
Walk 3221 - 6.5 miles / 10.4 km away
Walk 2633 - 7.2 miles / 11.5 km away
Walk 2345 - 7.5 miles / 12.0 km away
Walk 2296 - 7.5 miles / 12.0 km away
Walk 2248 - 8.3 miles / 13.2 km away
Walk 2288 - 10.5 miles / 16.8 km away
Walk 2022 - 10.5 miles / 16.8 km away
Walk 1203 - 10.7 miles / 17.2 km away
Walk 3504 - 10.8 miles / 17.2 km away
Note : The distances quoted to other walks in the vicinity are measured in a straight line. The distance by road may be further.
Shropshire Hills AONB
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