Name:Titterstone Clee Hill
Hill number:2839
Height:533.2m / 1749ft
RHB Section:38A: Shropshire
Hill area:Long Mynd
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Dodd (500-599m), Dewey, Clem
Grid ref:SO 59140 77955
Summit feature:rock by trig point
Col:300.2m  SO 5959 7973  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 137 138
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Survey:Trimble GeoXH 6000
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from quarry good viewsunderhill19/03/2024
From the quarry car park (note no vehicle access via Titterstone/Bedlam). Quick up and down. Windy but good views back towards Brown Clee and west into Wales. With Gillianrichard6918/03/2024
LDWA Social Walkkindpercy10/02/2024
Drove most of the way. Felt like cheating.lenman03/02/2024
Parked at the free Clee Hills viewpoint car park with good toilets nearby. Walked through the village and did a clockwise 6 mile circular walk, stopping in the disused quarry for lunch. sub zero day throughout and slipped and fell an couple of times on ice or mud. Most mud near human habitations/farms.In/above the clouds at the top, but pretty good visibility. Return across non-existent paths unitl reached the now re-used quarry on the SE side.gbeniston06/12/2023
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: Surprised how high up you can park! Very windy and quite cold up here!thejackrustles21/07/2023
Whilst working away from home a short evening walk on the 6th of The Shropshire Six Summits. Used for navigation practice. Broken clouds, 16°C, Feels like 15°C, Wind 11mph from W, visibility >6mihiglett13/07/2023
With LJanet M23/06/2023
Long loop from Clee Hill car parkchelec03/06/2023
me n lisewhiteuss11/05/2023
From quarry car parksqueegs19/02/2023
Drove up to mast compound and parked on grass. Up edge of quarry to left of compound, returned round the other side (small path provided round the buildings). Seriously windy.iangalbraith26/11/2022
With Figgy. Brown Clee Hill and Titterstone Clee Hill on same day .Lovely views from both hillsmazz15/10/2022
Circuit of upper quarry with Lesley, showery but still some reasonable views.Nick Canute16/08/2022
From usual car park. Lovely day but blowing a hooley.Longwojo22/04/2022
Straight forward ascent from the large flat car parking area. Stunning views.DanMaisieBex21/04/2022
From tourist car parkJK14/02/2022
Short walk up from the quarry car parking areas on an extremely chilly February day - lovely hill but was glad to not be out of the car too long on our journey home.nickywood111/02/2022
From the CP at Clee hill village we visited the old quarries on our way to the summit. Afterwards instead of a direct return we wandered around the old engineering works and then circumnavigated the hill to return to Clee hill.Peterb23/01/2022
Walked across from near Cleehill with Alma Aurea. Very scenic summit.meltdiceburg08/01/2022
Parked in the car park near the top and then made a loop via the mast, radar station and disused quarry. Quite a lot of interest in such a small space.Wheelsy04/01/2022
With R, loop from Clee Hill viewpoint car park.Dan Baddeley29/12/2021
With Luna. CCW loop, no views from summit. From car park at SO 59351 77591.masmith08/10/2021
Parked at the car park near the summit.paulhilder22/08/2021
M, Gmaryjdavies19/08/2021
G MyIdris19/08/2021
3/6 Dewey Day. Titterstone Clee Hill from the car park at the end of the road. A quick up and back in 20 minutes. Raining - little view this time. (S)silveracorn_alan14/08/2021
Parked at car park. Quick ascent to trig point.Jb65rams14/08/2021
Summit clearly signposted from the road and almost limitless free parking, just mind the sheep on the drive up. A photographer's dream with the abandoned quarry buildings, really eerie yet stunning views offered from the extremely steep climb to the trig at the summit. Definitely one to return to.jamiequackers06/08/2021
Explored Summit area from car park.MattD9909/06/2021
Parked in Clee Village, walked up over Hoar Edge and onto Titterstone Clee Hill. Easily accessible via the Road way up to the NATS Comms Station. Superb views. Interesting old quarry works and buildings.BritishBearWalking05/06/2021
Parking just before gates of locked mast compound SO597778. Concrete and fenced 'corridor' path around fenced compound, back onto a continuation of the tarmac road above and up to top.Isbjorn13/04/2021
Low cloud, clearing views.Play2End18/08/2020
Cleehill (bus from Ludlow) - Titterstone Clee Hill - Clee Burf - Brown Clee Hill - walked back to Ludlow station.Mark Jackson15/08/2020
From car park at old quarry workings, up road past telecomms towers to summitianandbarbara20/07/2020
Part of an enjoyable trip out with my family for Father's day! Parked at car park and ascended the most direct track to ridge line and then followed this to the summit. Enjoyed the views over the surrounding countryside :-)Gerry the Ranger21/06/2020
Parked at car park and very quick ascentketzster16/06/2020
Why are there so many motorbikers about? From the viewpoint in Cleehill with GFE.Fionalevey17/05/2020
From CP on a surprisingly clear and calm day.M6KIO20/01/2020
Titterstone Clee Hill from GR: SO 59725 77802ronaldo33324/11/2019
very wet day. Drove to carpark then along grass track to Trig Pillar. The cold front passed through and there was a noticeable drop in temp but no increase in visibility. sun came out a hour later.cjo26/10/2019
With whole family plus the Thompsons. Great views of the sunset although a little cloudy. Windy but not cold. CP at Cleehill village with great views to the S. 154m ascentRoguePulsar21/09/2019
I was with family and friends. Nice sunset aswell.speedyclimber21/09/2019
First 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
A quick revist to get in a SOTA activation on 144mhz.heavyhorses02/09/2019
145Mhz Sota Activation.M7DJN02/09/2019
TD & CThis Dog12/08/2019
My second trip to the summit. After fracturing my leg up here in 2016. Drove up to the car park and walked up to trig to watch sunset and get some photos. Also did some astrophotograpy after dark, great clear skies.Viroco09/06/2019
One of the 6 Shropshire Summits.MichaelF08/06/2019
Quick extra hill, driven up to the radar station and short walk round the quarries to the trig.N.Morters03/05/2019