Cheviot Hills

Cheviot Hills, Wooler: Address, Phone Number, Cheviot Hills Reviews: 4.5/5

Cheviot Hills
4.5
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Niki W
Darlington, UK90 contributions
Beautiful
May 2021 • Solo
Amazing views on the humbleton hill fort walk peaceful and simply stunning navigated solo for the first time in a long time we’ll worth it
Written June 20, 2021
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Wez67
Penistone, UK36 contributions
Windy Gyle, Hedgehope and The Cheviot
Sep 2020 • Friends
Windy Gyle lived up to it’s name, pretty good walk not to challenging and decent views.

The next day Hedgehope was 55mile/hr winds so that was really challenging. Didn’t want to stay long at the top holding onto the trig point.

The next day the weather calmed and we did The Cheviot via the long walk up the valley, great views and I’d recommend the valley route which is Langleeford up to Cairn Hill then up onto the Cheviot itself👍
Written October 11, 2020
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Chez R
Manchester, UK335 contributions
Amazing Scenery
Sep 2020
Great views and a long walk, but it was very enjoyable

We did the circular walk in about 4 and half hours
Written September 16, 2020
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johnhouston2
Knaresborough, UK4,131 contributions
The National Park area is fantastic.
Aug 2020
Harthope Valley is a short drive from the centre of Wooller and is part of the Northumberland National Park (just follow the National Park signs). It is a stunning area that can be accessed by a decent road that includes several parking areas.

The landscape includes moorland, hills, forests, streams and has lots of different hiking and walking trails. It is a great place to visit.
Written August 31, 2020
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JM-IM
Heaton, UK166 contributions
Perhaps England's loveliest place
Jan 2020
There are plenty of beautiful places in our country but the Cheviots have something special. On a walk up the hills or along the valleys, you can find yourselves alone for much of the day to enjoy the fabulous, peaceful scenery. It's a place to lose yourself and take in the sweetest of air.
Written February 8, 2020
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margaret h
Leeds, UK277 contributions
Absolutely gorgeous
Jan 2020
We drove up the road out of Wooler to Earle and turned right into a beautiful gorge like grassy, steep valley. We parked at the very top where there is a turning space for agricultural vehicles. Then we walked up onto the moor on a brilliant dry track. This was a lovely sunny January day and the visibility and views were amazing. There were grouse chattering everywhere and lots of unspoiled moorland. It was absolutely gorgeous up there and we walked with our dog on the lead for a few miles before turning back towards our vehicle in readiness for our picnic. What a lovely hidden gem this whole area is.
Written January 2, 2020
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Jon Rahr
32 contributions
Hiking and running in the Cheviot Hills
Dec 2019 • Friends
Spend a few days running and hiking in the Cheviot Hills. Good and visible signposting all over. The area is really beautiful and you feel totally on your own, while in the area. It takes some navigation and hiking skills, but you are rewarded with amazing scenery and typical northern english weather.
Written December 8, 2019
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paultJesmondUK
88 contributions
On a summers day nothing compares to these hills
Jul 2019
As part of the St Cuthberts Way walk we pased through and by the Cheviot Hills on our way to Wooler.The views are stunning and the history of past inhabitants are there to be seen in the stones.
Written August 6, 2019
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Jane G
North Shields, UK63 contributions
excellent views and walking
Jul 2019 • Couples
Get away from the hustling and bustling holiday spots and visit the hills of North Northumberland. The space is magnificent and the roads quiet. There are lots of walking guide books so don your boots, buy a map and pack a rucksack......
Visit sites of ancient rock carvings called cups and rings. Local tourist information will give you details. We saw them at Router Lin and to remember that this is art from about 3000 BC... truely astonishing
Written August 1, 2019
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509J0hnH
Warwick, United Kingdom3 contributions
Pennine Way
Jul 2019 • Friends
We had a dry week so the bogs were pretty easy. Walk up from Trows Farm was not a bad as we thought it would be
Written July 30, 2019
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