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Cheviot Hills

Starting point near Wooler, Wooler, England
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Last time here was 45 years ago

The Cheviot was first climbed 45 years ago and being back in the area after all this time it was... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Keith_Travel_Lite
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Brisbane, Australia
Wooler Marathon

Beautiful day for it, but still not for the faint hearted, very tough and quite technical terrain... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Julia L
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London, United Kingdom
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  • Average1%
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“pennine way” (7 reviews)
“lake district” (3 reviews)
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Starting point near Wooler, Wooler, England
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Cheviot was first climbed 45 years ago and being back in the area after all this time it was calling for me to go back. A lot of years on it held a different challenge for me, no longer did I have the geography...More

Thank Keith_Travel_Lite
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautiful day for it, but still not for the faint hearted, very tough and quite technical terrain. It was frosty and I fell quite a few times on the descents. However the views are to die for - which is good as I thought I...More

Thank Julia L
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Reviewed 26 October 2017 via mobile

Went up big Cheviot, long walk but worth it. Very very windy on the top, make sure you plan your trips before you go as it can be somewhat confusing. Take an OS map!

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 15 October 2017

A lovely area to explore. Good trails and excellent scenery. Always fun walking through herds of cows. Lots of pheasants in the grasses, and lovely heather on the hills.

Thank calgaryguy
Reviewed 24 September 2017

Beauty. Solitude.Peace.Tranquility. Nature. Weather. Untamed. Verdant. Barren. Lonely. Friendly. Challenging......Ive run out of superlatives for this area......ad your own and they will fit!!

Thank handlebars99
Reviewed 12 September 2017

Cant improve on what others have said, if you require to be awat from your normal space then go here!

Thank RustyArrow
Reviewed 10 September 2017

Beautiful mountain range that lines that Scottish border and Northumberland Park in England. Learned they were formed by cooling lava which created their shape. They create a definitive border between the 2 countries.

1  Thank 132Karen132
Reviewed 17 August 2017

Anyone who enjoys being outdoors would not be disappointed in this area. There are, what seems, hundreds of paths of all kinds to be enjoyed. Whether you want a flat, low level stroll, or a yomp over the hills, there is something for all. And,...More

Thank stewieb14
Reviewed 9 August 2017

hardly saw a sole on our walk, it can be easy or you can go the slightly harder route so something for everyone

Thank ToniBillingham
Reviewed 7 August 2017

A beautiful and peaceful area to explore and would advise anyone to visit this wonderful area of England.

1  Thank charloice
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KH2691
16 June 2017|
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Response from Millyardhouse | Reviewed this property |
NE71 6TP will get you into the beautiful College Valley. The postcode is for Cuddystone hall, probably Englands most remote wedding venue. You can only drive as far as the very convenient car park, and the road goes on from... More
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Tweetiebird35
9 March 2017|
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Response from Millyardhouse | Reviewed this property |
The easiest route Is from the harthope valley, near a spot called Langleyford. It's on some sort of surface for much of the walk as it's the most popular. You drive as far as Langleyford where there is usually plenty of... More
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