www.cheviotwalks.co.uk

 

opens up a new perspective on walking in the Cheviot Hills

at the heart of the Northumberland National Park

 

 

 

 

 

Walks

 

-The Big One (23 miles)            

-So Near Yet So Far (17.1 miles)

-The Ultimate Kidland Horseshoe (17.5 miles)

-High Above The Coquet (10.5 miles)

-The Three Valleys Of Cheviot (15.6 miles) 

-High Hills Rollercoaster (12.1 miles)

-Pennine Way Taster (12.1 miles)

-Four Cheviot Laws (12 miles)

-Upper Breamish & Beyond (16.7 miles)

-Forest & Fell (13.1 miles)

-Three Burns Horseshoe (11.8 miles)

-Hillforts & Heather Moor (11.3 miles)

-The College Valley & The Border Line (12.5 miles)

-The Harthope Valley Horseshoe (9.8 miles)

-The Threestoneburn Circuit (15 miles)

-Foray Into Scotland (12.6 miles)

-The Biddlestone Parish Round (8.6 miles)

-The Alwinton Round (11.1 miles)

-In The Shadow Of Cheviot (9.3 miles)

-Broadstruther Side Up (13 miles)

-Roman Connections & The Border Line (13.4 miles)

-The Alternative Hedgehope Hill Circuit (10.25 miles)

-The Muckle Cheviot Circuit (11.7 miles)

-The Old Yeavering Round (13.6 miles)

-The Rowhope Burn Circuit (7.8 miles)

-High Hills & The Salter`s Road (12 miles)

-The Usway Burn & A Figure Of Eight (15 miles)

-The Heatherhope Valley Circuit (11.4 miles)                  

-The Hogdon Law Ramble (9.5 miles)

-The Kirknewton Hillfort Circuit (7 miles)            

-The Trowup Burn Horseshoe (10.5 miles)

-The Halter Burn Border Round (5.7 miles)              

-A Windy Gyle Double (11.9 miles)                                        

-The Forgotten Hills of Alwinton (8.9 miles)   

-A Classic Border Circuit (9.4 miles)  

-A Waterfall By Any Other Route (13.4 miles)

-The Humbleton and Harthope Ramble (9.3 miles)   

-The Five Crags Walk (8.5 miles)    

 

Articles

 

-The Cheviot-More Than Just A Big Hill   

-Windy Gyle-Dual Nationality & A Dram Of Mountain Dew

-The Classic Cheviot Round

-Kidland-More Than Just A Deep Dark Forest

-Auchope Cairn: Northumberland`s Finest View?

-Cleughs, Burns, Sikes, Hills, Hopes & Haughs

-In The Footsteps Of William Ford Robertson

-Carey Burn & The Witch Of Switcherdown

-High Above The Breamish

-A Walk From Alwinton

-The Hillforts Trail in Winter 

-A Walk in Upper Coquetdale

-Walks from Wooler: A Personal Journey     

 

 

 

Other Features

 

-The Weather, The Maps, The Access Land

-News      *NEWS*

-Roundabout the Cheviots       

-Triangulation Pillars                           

-Picture Gallery

-Photograph of the Week   *CLENNELL HILL*

-Slideshow

-A Cheviot Pennine Journey

-Poetry Index                                                

-Index of Hills

-Links to Websites

-Facebook

-Contact Us

 

 

                                                                             

Online since 01 January 2006 and, currently with more than 448,000 hits, this website is the leading free online resource for walking in the Cheviot Hills.  The website received a `Special Mention` in the `Welcoming Park` category of the Northumberland National Park Awards 2012. The contents, which can also be reached via www.cheviotwalks.org, were last updated on 14 April 2014.