Tonight we walk from the car park near the Teggs Nose Reservoir up to the Teggs Nose summit. Its a dry, sunny night, but fairly windy at the summit of Teggs Nose. We reach the Reservoir, which is located near Macclesfield Forest, south east of the town of Macclesfield by passing through the small village of Langley.
|Left and centre photos are Teggs Nose Reservoir, on the right is a view looking towards the telecoms tower on Sutton Common. The walk was not very far but it was a steep climb up!|
|On the left, the view towards the summit of Teggs Nose, centre image is Bottoms Reservoir and right is Ridgegate Reservoir, with Shutlingsloe in the background.|
|On the left, both Teggs Nose and Bottoms Reservoirs, centre photo is the small village of Langley and on the right another view looking towards Ridgegate Reservoir. There is an abundance of ripe wild Blueberries, especially on the route back down, yum!|
|Photo on the left is the path back down from Teggs Nose summit, centre we spot a few wild apple trees and on the right we are back down at Teggs Nose Reservoir.|