Cheviot Hills 2,000 Foot Summits Walk

A challenging long distance walk of 25 miles in Northumberland. As the name implies, the walk makes a complete ascent of all the hills over 2,000 feet high in the Cheviot Hills. Maps, statistics and gpx route file for the walk are included.

Google Maps Open Source Maps

Statistics and Files
Start: Harthope Burn
Distance: 25 miles (40 km)
Grid Ref: NT955225
Climbing: 1,762 metres
Walk time: 10-14 hours
Days: 1-2

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Cheviot Hills 2,000 Foot Summits Walk is a LDWA Anytime Challenge over rough upland terrain. It involves over 1,700 metres (approx 5,000 feet) of ascent and it links a series of hills, each over 2,000 feet. From the start at Harthope Burn, south-west of Wooler, the route visits Broadhope Hill, Scald Hill, The Cheviot, Cairn Hill, Crookedsike Head, King's Seat, Windy Gyle, Little Ward Law, Hazely Law, Bloodybush Edge, Cushat Law, River Breamish, High Cantle, Shielcleugh Edge, Coldlaw Cairn, Comb Fell, Hedgehope Hill and Housey Crags. Of these landmarks, the Cheviot, Windy Gyle, Bloodybush Edge, Cushat Law, Comb Fell and Hedgehope Hill are all summits of over 2,000 feet.

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