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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, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Parked in Harthope valley and did a straight up and down over Scald hillAristotle Chip19/02/2020
Curlywurly19/02/2020
jamesjtite17/01/2020
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
hemerson0902/11/2019
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 its 10 degrees colder at the top and dont 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
iangpark11/09/2019
dave g08/09/2019
fionnag08/09/2019
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
lojzi86062121/07/2019
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
interloper05/07/2019
Fletch05/07/2019
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
Pantani9826/06/2019
Smog11/06/2019
stub196931/05/2019
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
oldbagger2715/05/2019
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
tobyfells18/11/2018
poppiesrara15/10/2018
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
clique27/08/2018
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
cbarbrook02/08/2018
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
dexly12/07/2018
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
Christo197919/05/2018
GLSS hillwalk. Langleeford - Hedgehope Hill - Comb Fell - Cairn Hill - Cairn Hill West Top - The Cheviot - Scald Hill - Langleeford.killiedaft29/04/2018
sakey21/04/2018
Cheviot from Cocklawfoot via Mallie Side, back down Auchope Rig, with Alexander. Sunny, but fair bit of snow on top.agentmancuso09/04/2018
ZanderH09/04/2018
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
zaul_uk20/02/2018