The Cheviot

England’s extremities grade into Scotland’s infancy a mere two kilometres west of this hill – which is also the spot where the Pennine Way breathes its last gasp 268 miles after beginning in Edale, in the Peak District. This is one of the wildest areas of England: besieged by north-easterly winds and stripped clean of features, The Cheviot is a pleasingly remote taste of England’s far north, worth experiencing if only for the bleak landscape in which it sits.

Best route: to avoid the more or less paved Pennine Way and approach from Langleeford, to the north-east.






Height(m) : 815
Height(ft) : 2674
Our Rating : Not Rated
Location : Cheviots
National Park : Northumberland
Grid Reference : NT905205
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