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Titterstone Clee (Shropshire)

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      03.10.2005 15:29
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      Beautiful views , plus the exercise is good for you.

      Titterstone Clee, an easy climb that is within the realm of most peoples abilitiy.It can all be done by road. You could drive halfway up and just sit there and admire the view , but the walk will make you feel so much better for having made the effort. The views are to die for and on a clear day you can see 30 to 40 miles.The radar Station on the top of the hill is a bit space age but none the less fascinating.I spent a lovely afternoon with my 5 year old Grandson who managed the climb with ease. Open your eyes and truly take a look and enjoy what nature has to offer, it's amazing.

      Whilst there pay a visit to a pub called The Kremlin ...great locals who made us feel more than welcome, every person in the place spoke to us, if only to pass the time of day.

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        30.04.2003 02:56
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        Stray away from Birmingham by 30 miles or so to the west, and you will find the undulating hills of Titterstone. The place has a rich industrial history, there are however many characteristic scars left from when quarrying was in its heyday up on the hill. People do suprisingly come to Clee Hill, quite often from Birmingham to feed the sheep or pick some magic mushrooms. A chap once produced a rather thick Volume on the Clee Hills I believe his name was Alf Jenkins, anyway judging by the size of this book either i am naive to a lot of interesting Clee Hill folklore or the book is rather dull. As far as entertainment goes on Clee Hill there is a bus service to get you to somewhere more entertaining, otherwise you could dump a car in one of the many pools, visit the Golden Cross and its charming owners, feed sheep, admire the view, or take magic mushrooms (the reviewer has only done the 2nd of these options and will not be reliving the experience). Summing up i would advise thinking about spending a day some place else

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