Short Walks in 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 and are the perfect place for enjoying the tranquil countryside. 

In addition to climbing the highest point of the Cheviot or hiking across the border ridge there are many short walks that can be undertaken, experiencing the beauty of rolling hills, dramatic waterfalls and ancient hilltop remains.

Below are some of some of our favourite walks. I have added some of our photographs taken along the way.  You can view All Walks or any of the individual walks listed below. I have also included some links to other walk in the Cheviot Hills.


Don't forget to wear a good pair of walking boots and take some water with you. All the timings are approximate and will depend on each individual. I  hope you enjoy this selection of walks.



Careyburn Waterfall. 2 miles. 1hr 20 minutes

Hethpool Linn  2 miles.  1hr 30 minutes

Ingram to Brough Law   4 miles. 2hrs

Linhope Spout   3 miles. 1hr 30 minutes

Wooler Common and Earle Circular.  2.5 miles.   1hr 30 minutes


Links to Other Walks 
http://www.cheviotwalks.org
http://www.gps-routes.co.uk/routes/home.nsf/national-parks-walks/cheviots-walks
https://www.northumberlandnationalpark.org.uk/places-to-visit/the-cheviots/

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