Tegg’s Nose is a popular place for climbing with many challenging faces at the old quarry workings. Climbing at Tegg’s Nose is by prior arrangement only with the Rangers Office, contact 01625 374833 or email: email@example.com, or visit the Cheshire East website by clicking here.
It is also a great place for Walking and cycling throughout the year, walk descriptions and cycle routes are detailed below.
The country park is ideal for dog walking, but please ensure dogs are kept under close control at all times due to cattle grazing.
Click on the links below for detailed route descriptions:
A 12 mile mountain biking route also starts from Tegg’s Nose and runs through nearby Bottom of the Oven and past the Cat and Fiddle Inn before returning to the Country Park.
‘Riding the Ridges’ is another cycling route starting at Teggs Nose, which is a 17 mile circular route visiting Pott Shrigley and the Goyt valley area past Jenkin Chapel and Lamaload Reservoir.
Visit the Peak District Cycling Website for more information on biking routes and events in the area: peakdistrictcycling.co.uk
The Gritstone trail, a 35 mile walking route from Disley to Kidsgrove runs through Tegg’s Nose Country Park. The trail is popular for those enjoying shorter sections of the path like that from Tegg’s Nose to Disley over 10 miles, or the entire trail can be walked over 2-3 days.
Day tickets and membership is available for coarse fishing on Tegg’s Nose Reservoir through the Macclesfield Waltonians Angling Society, for more details click here for a link to the Waltonians website.
There are no day tickets for fishing at Bottoms Reservoir, coarse fishing is available only through membership of the Prince Albert Angling Society.