|Cheviot Hills near Wooler Common|
Wooler Common is situated on the edge of the Cheviot Hills in the Northumberland National Park, just outside the town of Wooler. Wooler Common is a mixture of woodland, common land and hills and is a good place to start exploring the Cheviot Hills.
A good place to start is from the car park which is about 1 mile from Wooler. The woodland park is a quiet scenic area with the Humbleton Burn trickling through. It is the ideal place for shorter less strenuous walking.
Across the road are bridleways and footpaths leading up into the hills. The hills are not too strenuous and a circular walk from Wooler Common via the village of Earle will take about 1hr 30 minutes.
Wooler Common is the perfect place from which to start exploring the Cheviot Hills.
|Wooler Common Woodland|