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Name:The Cheviot
Hill number:2302
Height:815m / 2674ft
RHB Section:33: The Scottish Border to the River Tyne
Nuttall/Wainwright area:The Cheviots
County/UA:Northumberland (CoU)
County (CoH):Northumberland (CoH)
County (CoA):Northumberland (CoA)
Catchment:Tweed
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Hewitt, Nuttall,
Historic County Top, Current County/UA Top, Administrative County Top, Buxton & Lewis, Bridge,
Clem, Trail 100
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,Hew,N,CoH,CoU,CoA,BL,Bg,Cm,T100,P500)
Grid ref:NT 90905 20523
Summit feature:trig point
Drop:556m
Col:259m  NT403006  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 74 75
(1:25k) OL16E
Observations:ground 50m S at NT 90916 20477 and 120m W at NT 90783 20526 as high
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill
Notes:
  • Northumberland (1974) administrative county top
  • Northumberland historic county top
  • Northumberland current county/UA top

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 746 users)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in Harthope valley and did a straight up and down over Scald hillAristotle Chip19/02/2020
Third top on a twelve mile walk starting from Harthope valley taking in two Dewey's and two county tops. The route was Broadhope hill, Preston hill, The Cheviot, Hangingstone hill and returning via Langleeford. I would not recommend this return in wet weather as it involves many crossing's of Harthope burn if done again I would return over Scald hill and then drop down to the tarmacked road.WAYNE ROWLETT18/11/2019
We did this the hard way, having parked in the wrong car park, adding on an extra 4 miles to the planned 8 mile walk! Also climbed Cold Law first by the steepest route. Gorgeous September day on the ascent. Blowing a Hooley at the top and Vinny got white finger, so we confirm it’s 10 degrees colder at the top and don’t go on a windy day. Not bad views on the descent. Pleased with our achievement given we are knocking on the door of our 6th decade!SueVinny22/09/2019
Originally climbed some time in 1991 but couldn't get close to the trig point due to the bog, the stones layed since have changed that.Swindon Bagger27/08/2019
Circular route from Langleeford. Up to Housey Crags > Long Crags > Hedgehope Hill > Comb Fell > Cairn Hill > Cairn Hill West Top > Auchope Cairn > The Cheviot > Scald Hillthecoopers08/08/2019
From Comb Fell as part of the Cheviot Six 26mile hike. Once at Scotsmans Knowe, it is easy to the top of the Cheviot, just getting across Comb Fell is not pleasant. A nice spring of clear fresh water on the ascent of Cairn's Hill. Hartside>Hedgehope>Comb Fell>Cairn Hill>The Cheviot>Cairn Hill West Top>King's Seat>Windy Gyle>Bloodybush Edge>Cushat Law>HartsideNorthernWayfarer08/08/2019
Two day walk of the Cheviot hills with Ben. First day: The Cheviot > Windy Gyle. Second day: Bloodybush Edge > Cushat Law > Comb Fell > Hedgehope Hill.axoree13/07/2019
From arking area at end of road leading to Langleeford.Short walk up road to permisive path over Scald Hill to the Chevot. Then on to Cairn Hill with an out and back to Cairn Hill West Top and Auchope Cairn. Descent then to Harthope Burn then rough going up to Comb Fell in and out of ditches and ankle deep bog. Easier going down and up to Hedgehope Hill before descending back to car via a climb up Hosey Crags.mart079702/07/2019
nuttalls route 8.1 from small car park at GR NT 95393 22520 followed the well marked path up and over Scald Hill and along the fence till you come to the corner and the hill rises this climb is harder than it looks up to the summit plato which is now flagged it wasn't 24 years ago when i did it with my dad going over North east top and then onto the summit its self you will be thankful off that path as its extremely boggy on this summit hedding down the path you come to the ex nuttall Cairn hill i headed off to then pick off cairn hill west top and another ex nuttall Auchope Cairn a lovely little summit in Scotland for the true summit anyways as is the summit of cairn hill west top hedded back along the path SLABS back to the summit of cairn hill theres a lovely shelter hear that over looks part of Nuttalls walk 8.2 heading down the path and over the fence you are then onto bog land small boggy pathes all the way over comb fell and all the way to Hedgehope hill where there is aDarren-44325/05/2019
With K and RM in circuit with Hedgehope HillAshley22/04/2019
Parked at Langlee, then Langlee Crags, Hedgehope Hill, Comb Fell and Cairn Hill. Easy paved path from Cairn Hill meant going was easy.Wheelsy03/01/2019
Snow on topRuth25/11/2018
Parked at Langleeford and did a circular route over Hedgehope Hill, Comb Fell & The Cheviot.Stu Percival25/09/2018
Cheviot,Cairn Hill, Comb Fell and Hedgehope Hill from Langleeford.Fred Windsor14/09/2018
From Langleeford. Scald Hill, The Cheviot, Cairn Hill, Comb Fell, Hedgehope Hill. Recommend taking a set of ladders to lay across the peat hags!raffemeister14/09/2018
On the Pennine wayBen Tindal19/08/2018
With Tony and Sophie. From Langleeford over Scald Hill, Cheviot, Cairn Hill, dog leg to point 743 for a quick visit to Scotland then back over Comb Fell and Hedgehope Hill. Dry underfoot! Great views towards Lindisfarne and Bamburgh from Hedgehope. Nice (optional) scramble on Housey Crags on descent.zoob11/08/2018
Up by Langleeford burn then back via Scald Hill - a nice circuit on a warm day!twg2718/07/2018
With CP on Pennine Waygarth8714/07/2018
Fourth time up The Cheviot. Same route up as previous ascents but extended along the Pennine Way to bag Cairn Hill (both tops) and Auchope Cairn. Had intended to take in Combe Fell and Hedgehope as a circular but it was too hot (high 20s) so ended up following the infant Harthope Burn to Langleeford Hope then the track along the valley floor to the car. Started up at 07.20 to try and avoid the heat. Strong sun all dy, slightly hazy. Walked alone.Skip28/06/2018
My last English Nuttall.tomd415/06/2018
After bagging Broadhope and Preston hills. We attempted to head up Cheviot from Goldscleugh farm but missed the path after taking a detour to avoid cattle that were spooked by the dog. Ended up heather bashing up the side with no distinct pathways. As such we drifted too far eastwards to Woolhope Crag. In the fog we were a little disorientated and thought we had gone as far as the Scald Hill/Cheviot shoulder but dismissed that as impossible because we could make out the head of a valley in the mist. By this time it was after 5pm and we were feeling tired from all the uphill heather bashing we had been doing. So we followed the contour around to where the Cheviot meets Scald Hill and descended via Scald. Was an interesting route, and we are making plans to return to ascend Cheviot from that direction.NorthernWayfarer31/05/2018
Scald Hill > The Cheviot North East Top cairn > The Cheviot  > [The Cheviot pt. 2547] > Braydon Crag (West Hill Cheviot) > The Cheviot West Top cairn > The Cheviot > Scald Hill from GR: NT 95386 22523ronaldo33328/05/2018
From Sourhope Farm up Auchope Rigg and via Auchope Cairn (same as last time). This time with my daughter (aged 6). There and back. Total distance 10.4 miles (16.7km) - time taken to summit 5.5 hours (incl. 40 min lunch break at Auchope Hut) - total time 8.5 hours. The Cheviot is not easy for children.NorthernWayfarer20/05/2018
Via nuttal routeSlash320/05/2018
GLSS hillwalk. Langleeford - Hedgehope Hill - Comb Fell - Cairn Hill - Cairn Hill West Top - The Cheviot - Scald Hill - Langleeford.killiedaft29/04/2018
Cheviot from Cocklawfoot via Mallie Side, back down Auchope Rig, with Alexander. Sunny, but fair bit of snow on top.agentmancuso09/04/2018
Route up the valley boggy and areas where path has disappeared into the burn. Challenging walking near the summit through deep snow. However, beautiful views from the return via Scald Hill.halice08/04/2018
Plenty of parking areas at Langleeford, followed boggy track along valley crossed Burn numerous times, up to Cairn Hill along Pennine Way flags. Down via Scald Hillrogreeves14/10/2017
From end of public road before Langleeford. Via Scauld Hill. Good path at first but gradually deteriorated into a boggy morass higher up until the concrete slabs on the summit plateau. Clear and sunny but only 4 others seen in the 3 hours I was on the hill.AndrewFinnimore06/10/2017
Up Auchope Rig from Sourhope then via Auchope cairn. Weather started good but wind picked up on the summit and cloud came in on the way back to Auchope hut where we stopped for lunch before heading to the Schil. Met one person on way to the summit and two more when heading back from summit.NorthernWayfarer22/09/2017
Circular walk from Wooler, stayed dry until the summit. Walked with BKlozinworcester01/09/2017
Parked as close as we could to Langleeford then followed the valley up to Cairn Hill before making a trip to Scotland and another county top then returning and summiting the Cheviot the returned via Scald hilljmistry8609/08/2017
Pennine Way last leg to Kirk Yeotholm. With Jacqui and Hilarypatriciagill06/08/2017
Circular route from parking area at Langleeford: Hedgehope Hill, Comb Fell, Cairn Hill, Cairn Hill West Top, The Cheviot, then back to Langleeford via Scald Hill. Super sunny day with dry conditions which made easier work of areas of blanket bog on Hedgehope Hill & Comb Fell. I met a basking viper just above parking area on my return to Langleeford!Cas-gwent18/07/2017
Cheviot horseshoe anticlockwise, including a quick detour to Auchope Cairn. Still a bit boggy at both sides of Comb Fell, I wouldn't want to try this one without this week's heatwave!the_adam24/06/2017
tops: Hedgehope Hillarmetelko14/06/2017
From Langleeford via Cairn Hill and return over Scald Hill. Less muddy than expected!Kate_and_Euan17/05/2017
From Langleedale. Very boggy in places.Janie04/05/2017
8 miler.adriane03/05/2017
With Windy Gylenickywood130/04/2017
Excellent walk along with Scald Hill and Cairn HillWayne Mac21/04/2017
Walked from Langleeford via Scald Hill then the Cheviot, over to Cairn Hill, visited WW2 bomber crash site then back by Scotsmans Knowe and Harthope Burn to Langleeford.alanm910/04/2017
This has been on my to do list for long enough, from yhe CP at barrowburn, a very restless night in the van listening yo the military activity, up via Windy Gyle then return the same way, 33kms in just over 8hours. A fine cold day with stunning viewsbardolph09/03/2017
A mud messDavidGMould24/10/2016
From Langleeford with Mrs G. On to Cairn Hill, Comb Fell and Hedgehope Hill. Peat hags not too wet so a pleasant 10 mile circular walk.jonglew08/10/2016
Ascent with Andrew Whitaker, Julian Brooksbank and Darren Royle on final leg of Pennine Way from Clennell Street (lift in Land Rover from Cocklawfoot Farm B&B) to Kirk Yetholm. Total distance of 15.3 miles with 893m of ascent in 7hrs:19 mins including 1hr:29mins stopped time at an overall average speed of 1.8mph.pwhitaker_196630/09/2016
Parked at Lagleeford, walked up Harthope valley then up to the cairn where it meets the Penine way on onto summit. Down via scald hill. Good work has been done on restoring the lower base of the trig point very recently. Clear dry day, with good footing almost throughout ...we were lucky!keithelliott24/09/2016
Solo. My final English Nuttall! Came up the broad ridge from Braydon Crag (Hill number 31 of The English Mountain Summits by Nick Wright - ISBN 0 7091 4560 8)Dangerous Dave24/09/2016
With J Pollard.joedurham8818/09/2016
TD & CThis Dog01/09/2016
Came at the Cheviot from Cairn Hill having done Hedgehope Hill and Comb Fell previously. Easy going on the paved stones. Reached summit at 8.20pm then descended via Scald Hill in the dark using the fences as a guide. There was a father and son at the summit ill-equiped and helped guide them off the mountain.NorthernWayfarer23/08/2016
Circular walk up from Langleeford via Scald Hill. return was by the Harthope Burn which involved many tricky crossings as the burn was in spate after the previous days rain.DanMaisieBex21/08/2016
3/10 Third of Ten (Cold Law/Broadhope Hill/The Cheviot/Cairn Hill/Cairn Hill West Top/Auchope Hill/Comb Fell/Hedgehope Hill/Langlee Crags/Currock Hill West Top)Fergalh14/08/2016
Boggy, with imiStephen14/08/2016
With Judith and Simon. From the parking at Langfordlee via Scald Hill and flagstones to the top. Steep ascent in parts at least by my definition. Continued to Cairn Hill then followed signed footpath back to Langleeford Hope criss-crossing the stream again and again.Newton Maximus16/07/2016
parked sourhope 84276 20038 c/w route blackdean curr, the curr, black hag, the schil, birnie brae, auchope cairn, cairn hill west top, cairn hill, the cheviot, mostly on good tracks/paths all day.robertphillips04/07/2016
With David.ADT03/06/2016
Challenging when notice that route on map should not be recognised in land.Almaver21/05/2016
second day bagging in The Cheviots. With Tony and Brian. Windy but mainly bright.Lou21/05/2016
ANOTHER FINE DAY WITH GREAT VIEWS. DROVE UP VALLEY FROM WOOLER YH AND FOLLOWED NUTTALLS WALK 8.1 OVER THE CHEVIOT, COMB FELL AND HEDGEHOPE HILL. A LONG STIFF PULL UP THE CHEVIOT BUT EASY GRADIENTS AND PATHS FROM THERE ON FOLLOWING PENNINE WAY AND THEN THE FENCE WITH GOOD PATH TO THE LEFT OF IT ALL THE WAY TO HEDGEHOPE HILL.BURGESS17/05/2016
Trig high up. Had a long dry spell which had dried out the bogs somewhat. Slabs put down really helped otherwise in wet would have been a bog fest. Good views. Company: Soloiandesbottes15/05/2016
From Langleeford, a round of The Cheviot, Cairn Hill, WT, Comb Fell and Hedgehope Hill.rhalstead26/03/2016
Twenty first visit to this hill - and I promised that I'd stop at twenty. Mist refused to lift, though sun trying to peek throughColin Crawford15/03/2016
#560 From Road end at Langleeford,Scald Hill, The Cheviot, Cairn Hill, Comb Fell, Hedgehope Hill, Long Crags, Langleeford.tim74707/03/2016
2mFM radio activation. SB-001.Petem0hqo03/03/2016
Started from Langleeford, perfect weather!mcallmar28/09/2015
From MounthoolyNick Caunt26/09/2015
Up the Harthope Valley, over Scald Hill to the Cheviot, then over Hangingstone Hill and down the Pennine Way to Kirk Yetholm. A good leg-stretch.AlexanderHoward19/08/2015
Sunny day... walked up the valley until the path petered out and then directly up to the summit - a bit steep and slower than the tourist route but lots of interesting plants. Strangely very few birds - 4 crows and a couple of pipits - big contrast to the similar Mickle Fell.M3WDD08/08/2015
From LangleefordGeoff Briggs05/08/2015
Started at Langleeford, walked up Scald Hill, then up onto the Cheviot, returned the same waypsycho bub02/08/2015
Ascent following Pennine Way on from Cairn Hill. Descent down clear, but boggy in saddle, path to Scald Hill, then returned by permissive foitpath to Langleeford.Jondickinson30/07/2015
2mFM Radio Activation SB-001. Parked at LangleefordPetem0hqo29/07/2015
With Katy. Windy and cold.George Thompson17/07/2015
Round trip including Hedgehope Hill and Comb Fell, 10.5mi 798m ascent 4.5hrsMattbrolly24/06/2015
With tash on way back from Scotlandpigerg29/05/2015
Ascended from the car park area at Langleeford and headed up the signed footpath to Scald Hill. An easy route up and then on to the Cheviot. Having never been here before I was surprised by the length of the flagstone path over the summit plateau bog.Peterb10/03/2015
With Dave. Weather was crap.ClaireCalverley20/11/2014
With George, unfortunately we didn't get a view, but the slabs are impressive on this amazing bog on the top.tallblond08/11/2014
The Cheviot circular taking in ScotlandOwain G08/11/2014
eyenose12/10/2014
From Breamish valley over decent track to Hedgehope Hill then over bog to Comb Fell. More bog followed to the Cheviot before going too far back on the Pennine Way and having to cut back to Lint Lands. Took Salters Road back to Linhope.SS30/08/2014
Walked on my own from Harthope Burn Valley. Sunny but not too hot. Very clear. A great walk. Following the fence means that route finding is easy and you can concentrate on watching where you put your feet across the boggy bits. Fantastic views except from the Cheviot Summit. best to go on to Scotsman's Cairn for a lunch stop with a shelter and a view.flockwatcher24/08/2014
selfdavidsbatty08/08/2014
Walked up to Auchope refuge hut night before and camped out under a tarp. Beautiful hot day with a stunning cloud inversion. We hiked up the track at the Hen Hole looking & listening for fairies & goblins. Summited here, Auchope, Cairn Hill & The Cheviot with Emma & Euan aged 6. When Emma did The Cheviot as a child it was similar weather.LizzieG24/07/2014
After yesterday's sodden climb up Burnhope Seat, this was glorious. Beautiful views, steady climbing (same route that nearly everyone else seems to take), warm enough at the summit for a little picnic. Other blogs which say there is no view from the summit are wrong - the views are just distant!callumorr17/07/2014
From Langleeford. Bit boggy and grassy. Nice views but summit flat and dull Lakesgirl28/06/2014
Great day.denisB5208/06/2014
Start: Langleeford, Harthope valley. Route: Harthope burn, Cairn hill, Pennine way, The Cheviot, Scald hill. Solo.Baggerdaz31/05/2014
Direct route from Harthope Burn. Fine dry day, a bit cloudy. Had the summit to ourselves for a lunch break. Encountered several runners on the return leg.jojobagger27/05/2014
On Nuttall's 8.1 walk (in reverse). Thank goodness for the flag stones to get across the boggy summit. Cheviots not the most interesting fell tops, but at least they are still fairly quiet. Met very few people today despite being a dry bank holiday.Hillsidenick26/05/2014
Via Hawsen Burn and Scawd Hillmick18/05/2014
Ascended from Langleeford in Harthope Valley. Brilliant walk, first hill climbed.TamsinB1317/05/2014
over Scald hill. Easy enough climb though the last section would have been hell without the flagstones. continued over to Co. top at hangingstone hill then back over Cairn hill to comb fell and Hedgehope hill. splendid views.stig_nest10/05/2014
Completed during the Nuttal1 8.1 walk.martin_hall06/05/2014
On round including Scald Hill, Cairn Hill, Comb Fell, Hedgehope Hill & Long Crags. With Issy & Jason. Weather - thick clag at first then fair later.Ade27/04/2014
Scald Hill - The Cheviot - Cairn Hill - Cairn Hill West Top - Auchope Cairn - Cairn Hill West Top - Cairn Hill - Comb Hill - Hedgehope Hill - Long Crags.ronaldo33318/04/2014
A good round in spring weather from Cocklawfoot up to Windy Gyle and along to the Cheviot before returning via the Auchope cairns.Roblex02/04/2014
Harthope Burn Round from Langleeford. Housey Crag, Hedgehope Hill, Comb Fell, Cairn Hill, The Cheviot, Scald Hill, Broadhope Hill, Langleeford. Sun, hail, some snow. Long boggy sections.PaulH01/03/2014
Seventh ascent, w Jenx (first) parked nr Coronation wood in Harthope valley. Up good track onto fine Cold Law, great views of snowy Cheviots. Onto Broadhope Hill via tracks and then to Scawd Hill and bitingly cold Cheviot. Back down to Landleeford and walk back up valley road to start. A grand day!nordicstar16/02/2014
Deep snow on top. Lovely clear crisp day.Arran2822/11/2013
Pennine WayTheWicken15/10/2013
Walked from near Langleeford onto Cold Law and along minor trails to Broadhope Hill, up onto the main path climbing The Cheviot, walked towards Scottish border then across the pretty much pathless and very boggy Comb Fell, along ridge to Hedgehope Hill and back down to the car. A great 12 mile ridge walk in perfect weather.DanTrig28/09/2013
Very Windy. On the way to wild camping below Hedgehope.Arran2802/09/2013
4th ascent. On walk from Kirk Yetholm to Langleeford.Crib Goch15/08/2013
From Langleeford. Nuttall's 8.1 walk plus Cairn Hill West Top. Quite tough as ascent of the Cheviot was into the teeth of a gale and it's a long old climb anyway.clivevilla30/06/2013
Start ~ 956226. Via Scald Hill.steve hudson12/06/2013
Third walk up The Cheviot (also walked up in June 2011 and also June 2012) Route (all dates): Harthope Valley near Langleeford following the obvious straight path over Scald Hill. On the 2013 walk, time was 80 minutes from road at Langleeford to trig point, 90 minutes down, plus approx 20 minutes buggering about on summit plateau. In 2013, I was dropped off by car at Langleeford but after the hill I walked out along the valley road to WoolerSkip11/06/2013
Straighforward ascent over Scald Hill from CP (NT 954225) near to Langleeford in Harthop Valley. After summit went to Scotsman's Cairn then followed Harthop Burn down. ROUTE NOT RECOMMENDED - Burn had to be crossed around 20 times! Should have returned the way I went up. Accompanied by friend Nick and Treacle my Terrier on the lead all day....peat bogs OK after dry spellG4OBK (Phil)07/06/2013
A great walk with Phil G4OBK. Started at car parking spot NT953225 via Scald Hill. Descended via Cairn Hill, Scotsmans Knowe and then numerous crossings of Harthope Burn. We then drove on to Housedon Hill.G4OOE07/06/2013
Holiday walk. Horseshoe routemike.hoult02/06/2013
IanDazza01/06/2013
5 Hewitt round, very boggy, great fun.Craig6726/05/2013
Cocklawfoot, Windy Gyle, Cairn Hill, Cheviot, Auchope Cairnborderterrier05/05/2013
Aled Edwards & Jason Ashby 'Bagged' for the 2012 Morris Lubricants County Top Challenge for the TCT.morrislube08/10/2012
With G. From Langleeford > Scald Hill > The Cheviot > Cairn Hill > Cairn Hill West Top > Cairn Hill > Comb Fell > Hedgehope Hill > Long Crags > Langleeford.RT197006/10/2012
Meg and me very windy and covered in cloud. Thank you work for the service call to EdinburghRoland Brooks16/09/2012
KJF From Mounthooly YHcrazy01/09/2012
Parked in harthope valley. Took 3 hours to get up and back in wet, cold, cloudy and boggy conditions.Willz08z27/08/2012
11 mile round with Cabe who had his first wild poo!simon and co22/08/2012
Second day of a 3 day wildcamping trip from Wooler to Hownam. Climbed from camp on Long Crags via Hedgehope Hill and Coomb Fell. I don't see what's not to like about this one - it has a tremendous local presence, an easy stone flagged path and, as it is so isolated, the views were sensational. I had a very happy 2 hours idle up here in lovely warm sun.Jake99409/08/2012
Started at Lanleeford. Partly cloudy,occasional heavy showers with hail on the summit. Wet and very boggy under foot.sicko24/06/2012
with Craig and BillyDanmawr23/06/2012
Circular walk from Langleeford. <BR> <a href="http://stevejsmith56englishnuttalls.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/north-cheviots-bloodybush-edge.html" target="_blank" >Route details walked</a> <BR> Including statistics, map, photographs and walk description.SteveSmith20/05/2012
Top No.6. Drove from Newcastle to Wooler at end of Hadrian's Wall walk. Walked from Langleeford; straight up and back as quickly as I could!! Dreadful weather; heavy rain, thick fog; very wet underfoot, snow patches on the top. Distance 6.9 miles; climb 2080 feet; time 3.3 hours.alan.65to7018/05/2012
Out-and-back whilst walking Pennine Way.Gayle08/04/2012
Lovely walk up the valley from langleeford Hope rising gradually to Cairn Hill where there is a walled shelter from here followed the Pennine way to the summit JimBHMC26/02/2012
Hedgehope Hill, Comb Fell, Cushat Law, Bloodybush Edge, Windy Gyle and The Cheviot. on a 22 mile trek in cold and windy conditions.nevans8414/02/2012
JW Uisdean2521/01/2012
Wintry walk with Tim.julietbostwick30/12/2011
windy !andying26/11/2011
Me and Glenys.Grizzly24/10/2011
A long day first climbing hedgehope hill, wet, boggysteven ruffles19/10/2011
Great to have as the main objective of the day, fits in well with climbing neighbouring hills.JohnStoneham02/09/2011
5th hill of day. Continued on from Cairn Hill.derekblackburn14/08/2011
Alan and chrisGlenford13/08/2011
From Langleeford via Scald Hill on very wet day. Visibility poor. Boggy underfoot on lower slopes. Board walk on final 200m to summit. Would have liked to see the view!Argentum6611/08/2011
Parked at furthest permitted point near Langleeford (9:45). Path starts just beyond at turning point. Followed this up ridge to elevated trig pt at summit. Path paved over boggy plateau. Rain most of the way; no view. Sun on return to car (13:00)dbb10/08/2011
Scald Hill, The Cheviot, Cairn Hill, Comb Fell, Hedgehope Hillijpowell06/06/2011
Evening ascent from Harthope Burn of Scald Hill, The Cheviot, Comb Fell, and Hedgehope Hill, descending in the dark. Visit <A HREF="http://www.virtualmountains.co.uk/cheviots/index.html" TARGET="_blank" TITLE="Click to visit Virtual Tour"> www.virtualmountains.co.uk</A> for a virtual 360 degree panoramic tour.VirtualMountain31/05/2011
Walked from Langleeford in horseshoe to the Cheviot, Cairn Hill, Comb Fell and Hedgehope Hill. Parked in wrong location which made walk 1.5 hours longer then got lost on original route and walked straight up the side of the Cheviot.astokes01/05/2011
A long and to be honest knackering walk from Barrowburn in Coquetdale. We cut up through Moorland and Plantations to Cairn Hill onto The Cheviot and then over Hangingstone Hill on our return down the Pennine Way.Ginger Dave29/04/2011
From the parking just before Langleeford. Followed the walk in the Nuttall book.jimclinch27/03/2011
Hedghope,Comb Fell and Cheviot horseshoe.stan toon18/03/2011
Climbed with friends from Cambridge Uni Hillwalking Club; Mounthooly bunkhouse - Hen Hole - The Cheviot - Broadhope Hill - Preston Hill - Coldburn Hill - Newton Tors - College Valley - Mounthooly. Cold and misty on the summit with hoar frost. Pennine Way Mark Jackson13/11/2010
From Langleeford via Scald Hill. One short sharp shower on way up otherwise fine and sunny whilst elsewhere it was rather wet.apshepherd27/08/2010
took the hard route, down to langleeford hope then straight up.a big challenge but i did itgeordie12/08/2010
Pennine WayCatch03/08/2010
Climbed with Sharon. go4awalk route n132. First part of route before Hedgehope Hill. Sunny, but windy, on the summit!roydavidson23/05/2010
First climbed in 1977 in trainers and tee shirt as part of a family holiday but couldn't get to the trig due to the deep bog. There were no paving flags then. Returned May 2005 when doing Pennine Way N-S and the flags made is a breeze. Also ticked May 2010 as Nuttall walk 8.1.mindlessflogger02/05/2010
From Cocklawfoot, via Kings Seat. During a mini-heat wave, so no Pennine bogs to worry about. Astonished on the approach to see the trig bedecked with Tibetan prayer flags - a thanks for a safe ascent of Everest, according to the notice left.agentmancuso03/07/2009
With Lynseyalistairpooler14/06/2009
Pennine Way with MarkBronagh06/06/2009
started from Langleeford, went up via Scald Hill and returned via Harshope Burn.It hadn't rained for a few days and the ground was fairly dry and easy to walk on.(date is an estimate)andy6301/06/2009
With: hb sb ab; Parked on minor road by Harthope Burn the followed the track over Scald Hill all the way to the top. Returned over Cairn Hill and back down the valley.Ian Baines25/05/2009
With: ib sb ab; Helen Baines25/05/2009
Gutted there was no view from the top today. Great trig.simocity17/05/2009
Did the Nutall's route from the Wooler direction. I thought I was only half way up when I spotted the trig point which was a great relief.Father Ted14/10/2008
Estimated datelittle al01/09/2008
Parked near junction of Harthope Burn and Carey Burn - narrow/steep access lane. Long walk up valley, then onto Scald Hill via path before Langleeford. Very wet/windy, almost turned back at difficult bog. gps useful at top. No plans to return - EVER!denzil5322/08/2008
Met a party doing DoE on the summit did it with Ericjohnjennison07/07/2008
Pennine Way/LeJoGruthatlast28/05/2008
Hot with clear skies. No wind. Fantastic. On the plateau the path is metre square stone slabs. If they were not there it would be a nightmare.destaylor13/02/2008
Walked from Langeeford to the summit, rather boggy but good weather. Could view holy island from the summit. http://ukmase.wordpress.com/ukmase28/10/2007
With Jo, circular walk from Langleeford: Scald Hill, The Cheviot, Cairn Hill, Auchope Cairn, Hangingstone Hill, Scotsman’s Knowe, Comb Fell, Hedgehope Hill, returning over Long Crags and Housey Crags. Weather; generally cloudy with occasional sunny intervals, cold wind and good/very good visibility.amblerbob25/09/2007
Walk in from Sourhope, Auchope cairn and Cairn HillSJ22/09/2007
Cheviots walk with Steve Dixon.jackfowler21/07/2007
Quick diversion from the Pennine Way in the mist and rain...BazWylie03/06/2007
Month is correct; day an estimate.IanHHill13/05/2007
A couple of days in the Cheviots on my way back from the Great Edinburgh Run. Visited again, in less good weather, on the way through to JoG in 2008 (28 May)ruthatlast07/05/2007
with Sam, Prize and Will.robba_wag14/04/2007
From near end of raod at Langleeford with Shaky & Smithy. Hills were clagged over at start but thankfully cleared as we got higher. Crossed the Harthope Burn & followed the obvious line up Hedgehope Hill. Continued over Comb Fell round to Cairn Hill. Quick detour out to the W top & Auchope Cairn using the Pennine Way which was shameless bagging - neither are more than bumps. However, it did allow time for the mist to rise properly off the Cheviot for, by the time we got round there, a view of sorts had appeared. Everything surprisingly dry. Descended by continuing along to Scald Hill & dropping to the road near the start.NotReallyABagger09/04/2007
on pw many years ago left this out since the weather was so foul. not so today warm sunshine and good views - even the path has been improved. Up from Langleefordgigglejon04/04/2007
Ascent via Windy Gyle- very eroded in places but stone slabs of the Pennine way = fab! summit 6pm starting to get dark, couldn't see a thing for the massive cloud the peak was engulfed in anyway. 9.5hrs and 20miles today! Desent to Langlee via Scaldhill.Loz_mck11/03/2007
Did this on my own and with Jamie. Date unknownpdhancock01/01/2007
Ascent from Harthope Burn via Scald Hill. Good visibility until final 50 metres - hill fog on summit. Descent via Harthope Linn.simonlowe23/10/2006
Parked just before Langleeford Farm just before the road ends. Very boggy on top summit trig pillar on a stand (S1560) at NT 90905 20525 817.473m returned via the same routeTony Hartry10/10/2006
SOTA activationIan G7KXV19/09/2006
Parked at Langleeford and did a round including Hedgehope Hill. Climbed Cheviot many times before but this was the first with an actual date!Jhimmy16/09/2006
Mist for last 200 ft so no views. Trig S1560.signyred14/08/2006
Wettest Walk Ever. 4 hour round trip in solid driving rain.M0ZZO13/08/2006
http://tomread.co.ukm1eyp13/08/2006
With Nick richardsun28/07/2006
Climbed in very hot dry weather during trip to Newcastle-upon-Tyne.Man of Kernow118/07/2006
Windy as you like - had difficulty getting up to trig. Nearby someone had planted a large England flag and a notice that said "Do not read this notice"! Part of easy horseshoe to Hedgehope Hill from Langleeford.wheresthepath09/07/2006
From Langleeford. Up and down the same waydmp500129/05/2006
Part of the annual 100 milerJim B29/05/2006
For DOE, Climbed from Hethpoolrobbosem15/04/2006
Continuing the round from Hedgehope Hill. The top was under snow and frozen so easy to walk around on.garyhoney31/12/2005
petey18/06/2005
From Langleeford. Walked back along the valley - excellent walk.dmp500129/05/2005
Top via Scald Hill.Dugswell207/05/2005
Walked up from the East over Scald Hill - very boggy at times. The summit was snowy but not very deep. The summit trig point stands up above the land.. Descent back down the south to the stream to follow back east.chinnock17/02/2005
From Langleeford followed track over Scald Law to a vet snowy summit. Followed route to Cairn Hill, turned South and followed valley back to Langleeford.ChinnockC17/02/2005
BogtrotPeteF21/08/2004
Via Hedgehope Hill and Comb Fell.steve hudson01/07/2004
First ascent. Also climbed 3/7/04 and 30/3/08Crib Goch17/06/2004
Well, it was about 10 years ago, on the way home from a dance in Newcastle - it might have been then...nigheandonn16/11/2003
A hill that ticks lots of boxes!!! Fine, autumn day.Walker Dan11/10/2003
With May.mainnirnamfiadh12/09/2003
With Dad. Good journey up in 3 1/2 hours. We had hoped to drive to Langleeford Hope but parking forbidden beyond our start point. Impressive trig point but otherwise summit desolate and disappointing. Hot and hazy. Onto Cairn Hill.James McKnight08/08/2003
An obvious path over a grassy ridge with a few rocky ribs after a brief section along the Harthope Burn valley road. This lovely approach was followed by a moorland morass but by 2003 this was a flagged way, as was the more established flagged way on the Pennine Way side. So actually all easy going! We returned over Comb Fell, Hedgehope Hill (qv) and Long Crags.pwheeler11/07/2003
From Cairn Hill, on Pennine Wayrfoster20/06/2003
With Ruth. Arctic on top, slog through snow and bog on way up!Jim T04/01/2003
car park next to Harthorpe Burn, permissive path to scald hill, the Cheviot, Scotsman Cairn, Comb Fell, Hedgehope Hill, Car Park. Cloud base 550mdianepick01/11/2002
Circular walk from vicinity of Langleeford-Hedgehope Hill-Comb Fell-Cairn Hill-The Cheviot.catman25/08/2002
Followed the fence up from Scald Hill, a long drag to the plateau where a flagged walkway led on to the summit. yorkie18/08/2002
All 6 tops on same day led by Mike Burgesschristine strat31/07/2002
GMGMTIdris26/07/2002
Very mistyjohnfwoolley30/06/2002
with Barbara Jonesvegibagger04/07/2000
From the Harthope valley.Marshsand25/06/2000
Solo wild camp. v coldPeterPozman23/02/2000
PWmikewatkins5501/01/2000
Dewey bagging from Hethpool: Black Hag, The Curr, The Schil, Birnie Brae, Broadhope Hill, Preston Hill, Newton Tors. Excellent. RHW04/01/1998
gsoftsquare03/05/1997
Solo run. Last of nine peaks on a 22-mile day. Super route if somewhat misty.mikejacobs03/05/1997
Galltywenallt29/03/1997
done on umist weekend in wollermike killick16/11/1996
Came up specially for these and although cloudy at times it could ahve been worseRhayader_wander21/08/1996
Date approximate. Family holiday at Ingram, Northumberland.Grinner01/10/1995
Sunny periods, strong winds, mainly dry, hailstones on Comb Fell, Longleeford, Scald Hill, The Cheviot, Cairn Hill, Comb Fell, Hedgehope Hill, Long Crags, Housey Crags, Longleeford.joseph mitchell07/06/1995
solo walkthenomad02/05/1995
Ascended from Cocklawfoot via border ridge, lovely ridge walk. Second ascent via Scald Hill in circa 1998? not as scenic a route.andy13/08/1994
PW walkBob Aldred30/08/1993
Walked last part of Pennine Way with Marcus.stever21/08/1993
As part of the Chevy Chase fell run with ASFrank20/06/1992
More times than I can recall....gilbatratchet13/05/1992
Trig pillarwebmaster15/08/1991
Walked up valley from Langleeford to gain ridge and three subsidiary summits. Misty and extremely boggy on top. Trigpoint on a plinth was an island. Just one day of a week described by my companion as 'the coldest, wettest, most miserable Easter he could ever remember...'!Aye Jimmy30/03/1991
With Rick. Parked up in Langlee ford, up Hausen Burn and over the shoulder into valley at bottom of Cheviot, up Cheviot via farm at Goldscloigh. Over the back of Fawcett Shank forest and up College burn valley, sun very hot with snow making it look alpine. Up to Auchope cairn and pee'd across fence into Scotland. On the Pennine Way. Down across Scald Hill. About 20 miles.Mark T30/05/1990
Self and TaffyInvicta1428/05/1990
Quite a long walk in from the minor road from Wooler.bolton19/04/1990
Hartside Farm in the Beamish valley – Linhope – W. across the moor via Rig Cairn – High Cantle – Cairn Hill – The Cheviot – Reverse to Comb Fell – Hedgehope Hill – SSE over Linhope Burn – Linhope – Hartside Farm. Very boggy on top. (PM)gerrybowes19/04/1990
Date unknown RHW01/01/1990
KD Pennine Waycrazy26/07/1989
With Colin in deep snow.Chris Ellis20/11/1988
With D,Da,Ha192123/05/1987
W JD from Langleeford and up direct line. Back several times on Chevvy chases and Cheviot challengesnordicstar01/04/1987
Detour on pennine wayTonyandsue20/08/1986
Uncertain date - Aug of 1986, Pennine WayN.Morters01/08/1986
Last tough 29 mile day of PW with Mark. including this diversion through quagmire following new fence from West Cairn Hill where sacks wee left. No flagstones in those days just proper bogs gave Cheviot a fearsome reputation. Don't wear anything white, or new (or your own).Chris Pearson28/09/1984
With Darlinton YHA GroupBheinn01/08/1984
First of several ascents. This was whilst walking the Pennine Way when the route to the summit was very boggy. Also ascended from Langleeford in snowy conditions 21/04/1995.JohnW24/07/1984
From Langleeford, Hedgehope Hill, Comb Fell,Cushat Law, Bloodybush Edge Hangingstone Hill, Auchope Cairn, Cairn Hill and The CheviotPeterD09/06/1984
Pennine Way south to North.Eddie24/07/1983
from Wooler - very wet underfoot, needed a canoe!Whithaugh01/04/1983
KeithByTheC24/07/1982
With Wol. One subsequent visit.beorwulf20/03/1982
PENNINE WAYEVERTON05/08/1981
16th day of Pennine Wayabbo000105/08/1981
Pennine WayBungee02/08/1980
Me and Derek doing Penine Waycloin01/06/1980
On P W. Surrounded by 100 yards of bog, up to my knees at one point, got out by crawling to firmer patch and to OS column - a well earned Top.arranc17/08/1978
Doing the Pennine Way with Keith from Bryness to Kirk Yetholm.Alan Moore12/05/1978
PWThearlaichdubh15/07/1976
neil hutton01/01/1975
Camped on the summitIsambard15/08/1968
Pennine Way walk (Official detour to Summit)petesimpson10/08/1968
On Chevy Chasestanappleton01/01/1968
[Date is a guess, but it was on a Monday], after camping near Cottonshope in a stone circle (sheep pen), in a party carrying two tents and a stove. We walked up Raveen's Knowe via Chew Green and along Pennine Way to camp about half mile E of Russell's Cairn. Geoff, Pete & I dumped kit & walked up to top of Cheviot, plenty of snow.JtwoUD02/05/1966
date is estimategrahameb01/06/1959
Possibly 1999. Circular from NT963232 - included Hedgegope Hill.summitsupblank
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