Summit ’bout Titterstone Clee 300

A fast ride with a handful of hills; one being Titterstone Clee, its trig point and radar stations.

Easton, City of Bristol | Sat 13th Jul 2019 @ 06:00

BRIEF:

A fast ride with a handful of hills; one being Titterstone Clee, its trig point and radar stations.

WHEN: +iCal
13/07/2019 - 14/07/2019
06:00 - 02:52
WHERE:
Easton
Berwick Road
Easton, BS5 6NG
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Type:
BR
Points Distance:
300
Total Distance:
313km
Speeds:
15-30kph
AAA: 1.75
Bronze Grimpeur
Climb:
3620m
Duration:
20h52
Entry closes:
tbc
Entry:
tbc
Route:

Extensive route notes and a variety of files will be distributed to entrants via email a week or two before the event. In the mean time use the interactive map for an overview of what lies ahead (subject to change); toggle the elevation & grade on/off by clicking the key. *Please note plugin's 'grade' is experimental so take it with a pinch of salt, especially where rocky outcrops may be present.

Event Information

description:

I clearly remember my first calendar 200 in 2014. I came around a corner and there was Titterstone Clee Hill. The next day I had a route! Then in January 2015 I dragged some Audax Club Bristol members, and soon to be, up to the top; there was snow!

A flowing route with a few #wills_hills. Head up onto The Cotswolds and loop round to Birdlip for a wonderful descent to the outskirts of Gloucester. Over The Severn making your way to Tenbury Wells with views of Titterstone Clee in the distance. Cross The Teme and begin the climb, a false summit as you get to the main road then climb again for the actual summit. All the way to the top passing old quarries, their workings and air traffic control radar domes; 10m of grass and you are at the trig point for an amazing view. Then back down, flowing through Leominster and on to the Wye Valley. Another cracker of a climb at Symonds Yat then roll to Chepstow, back across the bridge and into Bristol for the Arrivee.
**Ending may change depending on access through Chepstow at the time.

details:

On street parking locally, you’ll be updated before the event.

The first ACB DIY atop Titterstone Clee Hill – Jan 2015
Adam Watkins’ video – An ACB winter DIY version curated by Alex Bend.