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Cheviots from south of Kirk Yetholm village

Walk Photo 120101

Cheviots from south of Kirk Yetholm village

Caption - The northernmost outpost of the Cheviots seen as you head south from the small Scottish village of Kirk Yetholm on the Pennine Way. Green Humbleton is the hill in shadow and the path skirts its right hand flanks at the start of the climb to the summit of the Cheviot.

Walk 1201 : Black Hag from Kirk Yetholm

Photographer : Lou Johnson

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Walking in the Northumberland National Park covers a diverse area of landscape between the Tyne and the Scotland England border. The highest point within the National Park is the Cheviot and besides this famous hill there are many other notable summits. The valleys are also of interest to walkers, although some have restricted access. More Information

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