Disley - Lyme Park - White Nancy - Tegg's Nose

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This walk takes in several ridges on the edge of the Cheshire Plain. Views extend over Manchester, Stockport, then across Cheshire and to the east out to the Peak District. The route visits Lyme Park, a National Trust property, then the strange white dome called White Nancy near Bollington and ends at the Tegg's Nose Country Park.

This is about a day's walk, though it could be done in smaller sections. The ridge paths give spectacular views in all directions, but are quite exposed in poor weather.

There are public transport links close to or on the route. Check with www.cheshire.gov.uk for up-to-date links to the travel information.

England - North England - Cheshire - Peak District

Features

Ancient Monument, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Moor, National Trust, Public Transport, Tea Shop

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8.7 Miles