A circular, full-day low hills and fells (below 600m) walk in national park Northumberland (England) starting at Wooler, Northumberland, about 20km (roughly 13 miles) long and unsuitable for families with children, prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs.
The Cheviot Hills are not the most accessible walking area in the UK; wild and remote, there are few buses leading you near to the bigger tops. But you can still enjoy the beauty of the place with this walk around some of the foothills on the eastern side of the range. Start and finish from Wooler.
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