Wednesday, July 04, 2018

The Cheviot Hills




The Cheviot Hills are a range of beautiful rolling hills in Northumberland, hugging the Scottish Border. The Cheviots are part of the Northumberland National Park and are popular with hikers and walkers. The highest point is the Cheviot, but there are also many other beautiful hills and valleys to explore.

The picturesque town of Wooler is a popular starting point with many walks commencing from Wooler Common or a short drive away in the Harthope Valley. There are also many other places such as the picturesque Breamish Valley and the College Valley to start your walk, exploring the history and wildlife whilst admiring the spectacular landscape. Be prepared to encounter wild goats and stumble across beautiful unspoilt waterfalls.

These are places that we have visited.We hope you enjoy them too. You can view All Places   or the individual ones listed below.

Breamish Valley


Brough Law

Carey Burn Waterfall

College Valley

Harthope Valley


Hethpool Linn

Linhope Spout

Wooler Common

Below are the walks that we have undertaken and will take between 1hr 20 minutes and 2hrs 30 minutes. A good pair of walking boots are recommended and remember to take some water with you. In hot weather it is advisable to take a hat and sunscreen. You can view All Walks or each individual one.



Wooler Common and Earle Circular

Carey Burn Waterfall


Hethpool Linn

Ingram to Brough Law


Linhope Spout


https://www.visitnorthumberland.com/northumberland-national-park/cheviot-hills

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