Ascent of Titterstone Clee Hill on 2014-04-11
|Date:||Friday, April 11, 2014|
|Ascent Type:||Successful Summit Attained|
|Peak:||Titterstone Clee Hill|
| Elevation:||533 m / 1749 ft|
Ascent Trip ReportA well-known local viewpoint, especially popular from which to watch sunset as it's easy to drive up to the large parking area at the foot of the old mine-workings. To get to the summit (a small rock by the trig point) takes a stiff climb up the steep slopes behind or a longer gentler route via the air-traffic control towers. The view of the Clee Hills from Titterstone Clee is classed as one of England's 100 best views in the book of that title by Simon Jenkins.
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