Upon stepping out of the woods onto the sandy clearing of Stormy Point you are greeted by magnificent views. On a clear day one can see as far as the hills of Derbyshire and Yorkshire with Lyme Cage sitting prominently just in front. On the Cheshire plain in the foreground lies Mottram St Andrew, Mottram Common and the Woodford Aerodrome a little further away. Directly below Stormy Point is Dickens Wood and snaking out to the right are Waterfall Wood and Clockhouse Wood. The wooded hill to your left (as you stand facing the view) was the property of Sir Thomas de Trafford . The heather growing in the fenced off area to the right is a reminder of the days when Alderley Edge was heath land.
The view from Stormy Point
The view of Stormy Point from below