Brown Clee Hill - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
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About Brown Clee Hill
Brown Clee Hill at 540m is the county top of Shropshire. its summit is marred by a microwave relay station, However, it commands some outstanding views across to its sister and also across to the Long Mynd. Several air traffic control radar masts on the summit of the hill can be seen for many miles around. They, along with the ones on top of Titterstone Clee Hill build up a picture of all the aircraft in a hundred-mile radius.
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5.3km from Brown Clee Hill
Wenlock Edge is a long wooded escarpment stretching from The Wrekin to Craven Arms offering woodland walks, stunning views and flower-rich grasslands. The limestone ridge is the remains of a coral reef, so there are lots of opportunities for fossil hunting amongst the exposed rocks. It is a popular area for hillwalking, cycling, mountain biking and horseriding and is also frequented by tourists and sightseers.
7.95km from Brown Clee Hill
The Clee Hills are a distinct area of uplands separated from those further west. There are some significant areas of common land including Clee Liberty, Clee Hill and Catherton Commons. The hills are surrounded by a high plateau of sandstone with red soils and mostly enclosed pastoral land. The hills stretch over 15 miles and run north - south, and for about this distance the lowest point along the hills is just under 984 feet. Titterstone Clee Hill is around five miles south of Brown Clee Hil
Titterstone Clee Hill
8.6km from Brown Clee Hill
Titterstone Clee Hill, sometimes referred to as Titterstone Clee or, incorrectly, Clee Hill, is a prominent hill in the rural English county of Shropshire, rising at the summit to 533 metres above sea level. It is one of the Clee Hills, in the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The nearest town to the hill is Ludlow, which can be seen from parts of Cleehill village.
13.35km from Brown Clee Hill
Flounders’ Folly is the landmark stone tower standing 80 feet above Callow Hill, near Craven Arms, South Shropshire. The Folly is visible for miles around and provides visitors with spectacular views. Constructed in 1838 by Benjamin Flounders , was restored in 2004-2005 by the Flounders’ Folly Trust and is now open to the public one day each month. enabling visitors to scale the 78 steps to the viewing platform and enjoy the wonderful views of the South Shropshire landscape.
13.41km from Brown Clee Hill
Daniels Mill and it’s impressive waterwheel have been carefully restored to it’s former glory. The watermill is virtually unaltered since the 18th Century and was in the ownership of the same family for over 250 years. It is now a Charitable Trust whose purpose is to operate and maintain the Mill for future generations.
Severn Valley Railway
13.68km from Brown Clee Hill
The Severn Valley Railway is a heritage railway in Shropshire and Worcestershire, England. The 16-mile heritage line runs along the Severn Valley from Bridgnorth to Kidderminster, following the course of the River Severn for much of its route, and crossing the river on the historic Victoria Bridge.The railway is the sixth-longest standard gauge heritage line in the United Kingdom. Train services are hauled predominantly by steam locomotives, with vintage diesel locomotives hauling occasionally.
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Shropshire is a landlocked county in the West Midlands region of England. It is bordered by Wales to the west and the English counties of Cheshire to the north, Staffordshire to the east, Worcestershire to the southeast, and Herefordshire to the south.