The Cheviot

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Best ascended in when bogs are dried or frozen as summit is a sea of peat. Cheviots high point.

Elevation (feet): 2,674
Elevation (meters): 815
Continent: Europe
Country: United Kingdom
Latitude: 55.478333
Longitude: -2.145556
Difficulty: Walk up
Best months for climbing: Jan, Feb, Jun, Jul, Aug, Dec
First successful climber(s): Shepherds Romans Picts
Nearest major airport: Newcastle
Convenient Center: Wooler

Thanks to Pod and Terrill Thompson for contributing to these details. (View history)

Trip Reports

NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name

There are 4 trip reports for The Cheviot.

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  • Log #21131 - by Graeme Hare on Dec 21, 2007
    I began my climb this morning with a minus 9.5 temperature! That was quickly replaced with warm sunshine until I reached the snow line. The climb was fairly easy until I reached the snow that had...
  • Log #18917 - by Matthew Gray & Jonathan Stead on Feb 14, 2006
    quite easy walk up, but a unique landscape with lovely purple heathers on the hills. Most remote part of England, it has a feel different to Wales of Scotland or other larger mountain ranges. A...
  • Log #15445 - by James on June 23, 2004
    Great walk, however it was cloudy all day(but could see the warm sun on the Northumbrian Coast, which would be our final destination!!!!!!) with light drizzle all day!!!!Very boggy on top.
  • Log #15444 - by David Alexander Groves on Dec 14, 2001
    Best climbed on a spring, sunny day, when the road to the steep road to the valley is efully not cover in ice. The summit is covered in deep snow into early may and thus is good to walk on. However...