606 Tegg's Nose from Langley

Going sledging is great fun, but often there's a forbidding sign "NO SLEDGING!" So next time you must try Tegg's Nose where the sledging field is a children's favourite. But who was Tegg? Man or sheep is the answer, for Tegge was a Norse settler, while teg is the name for a young sheep.

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LOCATION: Three miles south-east of Macclesfield
START: Drive through Langley past the Methodist Church, then fork left down Holehouse Lane. Car park at top of lane
Grid ref: SJ946718 Postcode: SK110NB
DISTANCE: 2.5 miles
GRADE: Moderate with a steep climb
TIME: 2 hours
MAP: Explorer OL - White Peak Landranger 118
REFRESHMENTS: Pack a flask
EN ROUTE: Gritstone Trail, Windyway Quarry, Saddlers Way, Bottoms Reservoir


This walk was originally published by
The Manchester Evening News

   
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