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Name:Clee Burf
Hill number:3648
Height:510.5m / 1675ft
Parent (Ma):2837  Brown Clee Hill
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
County/UA:Shropshire (CoU)
Hill area:Long Mynd
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Dewey
Grid ref:SO 59372 84278
Summit feature:rock outcrop
Col:449.1m  SO 5966 8533  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137 138
(1:25k) 217
Survey:Abney level/Trimble GeoXH 6000
Comments:0.1m added to height of Trimble survey as not carried out at summit.
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 178 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Walked both peaks of Brown Clee HillD SID29/01/2020
2nd hill on a 9 mile walk. Clear blue sky.Bernard19/01/2020
From good parking area at SO572850 over Nordy Bank fort and easily up the tarmac track to the summit. On to Brown Clee.milimana30/12/2019
Brown Clee Hill > Brown Clee Hill trig > Clee Burf from GR: SO 60768 87198ronaldo33324/11/2019
Second of three tops walking the Shropshire way from Titterstone clee, over Clee Burf to Brown Clee. A distance of seven miles, returning the same way. The walk starting from the viewpoint carpark under Titterstone Clee took five and a half hours.WAYNE ROWLETT07/09/2019
Parked as gerrybowes. Steep at first and narrow in places before opening into gorse-land on the plateau. Not too bad for us in August but imagine this could get very boggy. Great views. Shame about the antenna. With whole family. 204m ascent.RoguePulsar22/08/2019
From Stokegorse via The Toot. On to Abdon Burf. NNick Caunt15/08/2019
Parking as mentioned by gerrybowes then followed the Shropshire Way. Would have been an enjoyable walk if it hadn't been so warm.Aye Jimmy01/06/2019
From The Three Horseshoes. Then on to Brown Clee Hill.campagvelocet29/04/2019
Solo. From Burwarton up along rights of way and permissive tracks to the trig point on Brown Clee Hill and the highest point, which is on the other side of the masts. Continued on a path S and then up to Clee Burf. Back to the col and more or less directly back to Burwarton.pwbellarby05/03/2019
After Brown Clee Hill on a fine autumn day.KC04/10/2018
Final Dewey and reach the Dodd wall ( -3 ).chalky195323/09/2018
From Cockshutford via old quarry road in fine weather with Alvin. On to Abdon Burf.Wycombe Wanderer07/09/2018
Followed Shropshire Way path from the south. Pleasant and varied walk with great views at top.Campbell Singer21/08/2018
Parking area by Nordy Bank Fort. Nice easy walk up on gravel track. With Clare, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave06/08/2018
From Titterstone Clee along the Shropshire Way. Some nice green lane paths on route.mart079723/07/2018
Circuit from SO607872, using walk sh101 downloaded from Goch11/04/2018
From Cockshutford, followed bridleway up to the mast where the high point is near.muzza217/03/2018
Abdon 'phone box out & back.Smudge27/03/2017
Parked in layby SO 607872 to Brown Clee Hill then onto Clee Burfdgresty16/02/2017
On way from Titterstone Clee to Abdon Burf.prwild30/12/2016
After Brown Clee Hill.ngthack27/11/2016
With Jo, from Stokegorse cp: moorland paths to Clee Burf, SW to Brown Clee Hill (trig and top), returning by moorland paths via Nordy Bank Fort. Weather; generally sunny, cool breeze, moderate visibility.amblerbob20/10/2016
From Burwarton.bevandy11409/10/2016
Started from Brown Clee picnic area carpark. Through the Boyne estate to five springs and to summit via the Shropshire Way.sooztops07/08/2016
Accidentally climbed this thinking it was the summit of brown clee Had lunch, great view of titterstone.tumpawumpa01/08/2016
Number two of three summits on this walk. Cloudy but with period of rain and some sunny spells. Abdon Burf / Brown Clee Hill (540m), Clee Burf (510m) and Titterstone Clee Hill (533m) using the Shropshire Way on the outward route via Bromdon. Returning via Cleestanton, Cleedownton and Burwarton Park. Distance = 30.68km. Average moving speed = 4.9km/h. Time moving = 6:15. Ascent = 898m.paulnewby8110/07/2016
Small parking area to the south by noticeboard & postbox at SO59107 82800 (Space for 2 cars) - Straightforward walk up Shropshire Way to summit rocks and evidence of early mining techniques. (S)gerrybowes09/07/2016
Walked from Stokegorse over Clee Liberty Common to Clee Burf and then onwards to Brown Clee Hillastokes30/05/2016
Parked at 592828 and followed the Shropshire Way north to the cluster of rocks. Just under one hour return and 2.4 miles. Solo.bolton25/05/2016
K A slight deviation from a running routecrazy01/05/2016
From Brown Clee Hill descending back to the East from the Col. HP over fence to South of mast.PeterD25/03/2016
Via muddy track to S.RobertP31/01/2016
5/6 Long and steep walk up from lane just off the B4364...nice views worth the challengeFergalh22/03/2015
Parked easily opposite telephone box. Then found way onto the excellent track that takes you all the way.destaylor06/03/2015
Poor forecast so chose Brown Clee and stayed dry but saw nothing. Good paths and signposts all round although without GPS, summit would have been missed.SS05/04/2014
Parked at Cockshutford, pleasant walk up to col between Clee & Abdon Burfs. Right turn and headed to Clee Burf over rough and wet moorland. Cloud down on the hill today so no views.jonglew17/02/2014
soft, deep snow lying. Quite hard work.steve hudson23/01/2013
Burwarton - Brown Clee Hill - Clee Burf - Titterstone Clee Hill - Cleeton St Mary - Loughton - Burwarton. Mud in the valley, snow on the tops.davidpettit8412/01/2013
Climbed with Dan and Rob. Hill fort lower down was cool, peak was dull.Louieb7820/11/2012
Seemed like a muddy and uninteresting summit. But then we were up there at night, the hill fort to the left of the track on the way down might be more interesting in daylight.robe20/11/2012
With Til on loop round Brown Cleechindit10/11/2012
Climbed as part of the Wenlock Olympian walkrobert21/07/2012
Climbed with Abdon Burf.Sprog11/03/2012
From roadside parking near signed picnic area (SO 60815 87160) - Stanbroughs Wood - Brown Clee Hill - Clee Burf. Returned via Bridge Pool. Clear paths throughout.david23020108/01/2012
walk up Brown Clee, our final Shropshire Marilyn, along with Clee Burf. a satisfying 10k loop from hillside coppice. wow was it windy though!!stig_nest26/12/2011
On its own on a sunny morning from SSW parked at Blackford. Muddy track but GR8 views.Dugswell225/11/2011
Parked by Abdon church, Brown Clee Hill then Clee Burf. I'd recommend using the path between the two rather than doing what I did and ploughing across a load of bracken.Richard23/10/2011
Sheep country, dog picked up a few ticks. warm cloudy & dry, strange hollows good shelter for lunch.apricorum20/05/2011