Walk Report: Tegg’s Nose

Date: 26th Jan 2008
Stats: 8.0 miles, 1900 feet
Weather: Overcast all day, mostly mild, cold wind on top, but no rain
Trig Points: 1: TP5970 – Shutlingsloe
Wainwrights: N/A
Other Info: Ample free parking along the shoreline road at Ridgegate Reservoir
Summary: Ridgegate Res, Ward’s Knob, Tegg’s Nose, Forest Chapel, Macc Forest, Shutlingsloe, Ridgegate Res


Key to symbols:
= Trig Point

Tegg's Nose and Shutlingsloe
Bottom’s reservoir, with Tegg’s Nose Reservoir mostly hidden by the trees in the foreground
Tegg's Nose and Shutlingsloe
The path up to Tegg’s Nose
Tegg's Nose and Shutlingsloe
The sun coming up behind Shutlingsloe
Tegg's Nose and Shutlingsloe
Quarry works on top of Tegg’s Nose
Tegg's Nose and Shutlingsloe
Sadddler’s Way, looking towards Shutlingsloe
Tegg's Nose and Shutlingsloe
Entering Macc Forest, paths are nowhere near as muddy as last time I was here.
Tegg's Nose and Shutlingsloe
The Cat & Fiddle Inn – looks a bit grim that way!
Tegg's Nose and Shutlingsloe
Looking towards Shutlingsloe
Tegg's Nose and Shutlingsloe
Approaching Shutlingsloe, the wind is very strong here and if anything it’s getting colder
Tegg's Nose and Shutlingsloe
Looking towards the BT communications tower on Croker Hill from the summit of Shutlingsloe

lonewalker

Fell-walker, trig-pointer, peak-bagger, Wainwright-er & Pennine Way author, with a passion for long paths, malt whisky, fast cars & Man City

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1 Response

  1. A says:

    I’ve walked around there a few times, the beauty of the place in summer cannot be expressed in pictures I believe.
    Standing at the top of Tegg’s nose and looking out across to the hills, it is just very idyllic. I wish I could afford to live in Langley.

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