Tegg's Nose and Macclesfield Forest

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The walk begins in a Country Park, site of an old quarry and drops to a reservoir. A gradual climb through woodland brings the walker to an inn a few minutes away from the start. There are toilets and shelter at the start of the walk and in summer, a kiosk serving refreshments. The peak of Shutlingsloe dominates the scene, although the landscape is attractive all round.

England - North England - Cheshire - Woodland or Forest


Birds, Flowers, Great Views, Pub, Toilets, Wildlife
6/27/2021 - Alec Jackson

DEFINITELY not dog friendly

3/17/2014 - Norman Brannick

Completed this walk 17th March 2014. I combined it with walk 1142 to make it a bit more interesting. I found walk 419 a tad boring after coming off Teggs Nose, but by combining it with walk 1142 it turned into a memorable one especially the climb up to Shutlingsloe with its magnificent 360 degree views. Jim's directions were fairly easy to follow. Excellent day out really enjoyed it..

5/5/2005 - Emma Bowen

Don't plan to have a drink at the Setter Dog on your walk - because it's no longer a pub! Also be sure to have change for the pay & display in the car park.

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