Tegg's Nose Country Park
About Tegg's Nose Country Park
Discover Tegg’s Nose Country Park and experience Cheshire’s wild
hill country where rock dominates the landscape. Dry stone walls
and sturdy barns add to the dramatic character of the steeply sided
valleys while many of the hill tops are pitted with old
Quarrying was certainly happening at Tegg’s Nose in the 1500’s
and continued until 1955. Men blasted, hammered, hacked and
chiselled away at the rock in harsh conditions for low wages.
Today nature has softened the scars of industry and there is
plenty to see at Tegg’s whatever time of year. You don’t have to go
far to enjoy exhilarating views over the Cheshire Plain and on a
clear day you can see Liverpool’s cathedrals and Welsh hills
beyond. The car park provides an excellent base for numerous walks
and throughout the year there are many events taking place at the
Why "Tegg’s Nose"? Early maps show the area as Tegge’s Naze.
This may have come from Tegge, an early Norse Settler and ‘nose’
meaning a promontory or it may be that the hill originally looked
like a sheep or ‘teg’.
To find out more about Tegg's Nose please download the site
leaflet (PDF 3.8MB) which includes walking routes
and information about how the site is managed for visitors and