A sunny afternoon in the western Peak, around the reservoirs and hills of the Macclesfield Forest. If not as striking as Shutlingsloe to the south, Tegg's Nose is a pretty, and pretty steep, hill with plenty of interest and fine views.
Very short walk afterwards to look at the climbing and scrambling rocks at Windgather.
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