The Cheviot Hills stand on the northern edge of England at the heart of the Northumberland National Park. They roll across the border into Scotland like a tide of small, green waves. These are wild and expansive hills where the echo of history can be heard from every windswept hill and in every tranquil valley. This is ideal walking country.
On each of the eight self-guided walks the reader will uncover a small piece of the Cheviot jigsaw. They will follow less than ordinary routes to summit cairns and distant views. Along the way they will encounter cleughs, burns, sikes, crags, shins, dodds, hopes, linns, shanks and a whole lot more. This is an appetite whetting selection of walks in the Cheviot Hills.
Geoff Holland is author of the acclaimed Cheviot Walks website and is recognised as one of the best walking websites in the North of England.
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