Tegness Quarries (OS)
About Tegness Quarries (OS):
The Tegness Quarries stand about 300 feet apart at the southern end of the Longshaw Estate, and are a prominent feature on the skyline when seen from Grindleford. They combine an attractive position with unattractive rock. The rock in the Pinnacle Quarry is better than the rock in the North Quarry. Belays at the tops of routes are difficult to find.
|Nearest town or city:||Hathersage|
|Directions:||OS 119 GR SK 254 781 Alt. 290m
3.5 miles southeast of Hathersage. Take the A625 east, and after 3.3 miles, turn right onto the B6055 at the Fox House Inn, then right again on to the B6054. After you pass the Grouse Inn, park in the car park on the right. From here, a footpath leads off right through the woods to the crag. Tegness Pinnacle Quarry is first, then 100 yards further north is North Quarry.
|Latitude, Longitude:||53.29897, -1.61886|
|When to Climb:||Update|
|Quantity of Climbs:||Month|