The Clee Hills consist of Brown Clee - the highest peak in Shropshire - and Titterstone Clee.
They both lie within the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The legacy of mining for coal and ironstone is still visible today, as our pictures show, with the disused quarries home to a wealth of wildlife.
Nordy Bank is one of three Iron Age hill forts on the Brown Clee.
The other two, at Abdon Burf and Clee Burf, have been largely lost to quarrying activity.
The Clee Hills appear on the Mappa Mundi, a 13th century map of the world displayed in Hereford Cathedral.
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