How long does it take to climb Shutlingsloe?

How long does it take to climb Shutlingsloe?

3 h 56 min
Check out this 7.7-mile loop trail near Macclesfield, Cheshire. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 3 h 56 min to complete. This trail is great for birding, hiking, and mountain biking.

Why is it called Shutlingsloe?

The name derives from old English ‘Scyttel’s hlaw’ meaning ‘Scyttel’s (personal name) hill’ and is one of several ‘low’ names in the Peak District, from the same Old English root that gives rise to the name “Law” for many hills in southern Scotland.

How tall is Shutlingsloe?

1,660′Shutlingsloe / Elevation

Where is Shutlingsloe?

This linear Shutlingsloe walk, right on the edge of the Peak District border in Cheshire, with a steady ascent of 245 metres, is a rewarding Peak District family walk that takes in forests, a trig point, and incredible 360 degree views.

Where is the highest point in Cheshire?

Shining Tor is the highest hill in the modern ceremonial county of Cheshire, England. The summit has a maximum elevation of 559 m (1,834 ft) above sea level. It is in the Peak District, between the towns of Buxton and Macclesfield, and is on the administrative boundary between Derbyshire and Cheshire East.

What is the highest point in Cheshire?

Shining Tor
Shining Tor The highest point in modern Cheshire.

Is Teggs nose a mountain?

Tegg’s Nose is a mountain summit in the Stockport to Stafford and Derby region in the county of Cheshire East, England. Tegg’s Nose is 382 metres high with a prominence of 36 metres.

Can you walk around Errwood reservoir?

Walk 13: Errwood Reservoir circular There are some wonderful panoramic views during this easy and enjoyable 5-mile walk around Errwood Reservoir. The narrow path on the far side of Errwood can get muddy after rain – so walking boots are recommended.

How high is Shining Tor?

1,834′Shining Tor / Elevation

How long is the roaches walk?

5.5 Miles
The Roaches Walk 5.5 Miles of the Best of Staffordshire The outcrops of the Five Clouds and The Roaches to your right have long been a favourite climbing location; the renowned mountaineer Don Williams was one of many climbers who trained at the Roaches.