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Cheviots
Walking Guide and Walks

The Cheviots lie within the Northumberland National Park and form the most northly mountains in England. Some of the northernmost mountains share their summits with Scotland. Dominated by grassy slopes, there are few crags. Some boggy ground can be encountered. Walking is moderate with rolling hillsides typical of the area. Some summits are located on the Pennine Way including The Cheviot which is the highest summit in the range.

List of walks

★ GPS file available   ☩ Route profile

WalkDescriptionGradeMiles
1200★☩Windy Gyle from Coquet Valleymoderate7.50
1763★☩Mozie Law & Windy Gyle from Coquet Valleymoderate8.20
1764★☩The Cheviot from Langleefordmod/hard8.20
1765★☩Comb Fell & Hedgehope Hill from Langleefordmod/hard8.90
2299★☩The Cheviot from College Valleymoderate9.00
1776★☩The Cheviot & Auchope Cairn from Langleefordmod/hard10.00
1766★☩Cushat Law and Bloodybush Edge from Hartsidemod/hard12.50

 
Table of summits in the Cheviots Group

RankMountainMetres/FeetLocation
55The Cheviot815 / 2674Northumberland
121Hedgehope Hill715 / 2346Northumberland
204Comb Fell652 / 2139Northumberland
243Windy Gyle619 / 2031Northumberland
245Cushat Law616 / 2021Northumberland
256Bloodybush Edge610 / 2001Northumberland

 

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