Wooler - Yeavering Bell Circular

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From Wooler Common we follow the St Cuthbert's Way across moorland with some fine views across the Cheviot Hills. Leaving the route we climb steadily up Yeavering Bell, an old fortified hill with some more bracing views before proceeding up White Law. From here the old fortification on Humbleton Hill can be seen which we then pass beneath on our return leg.

England - North England - Northumberland - Cheviot Hills

Features

Ancient Monument, Birds, Cafe, Flowers, Food Shop, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Moor, Wildlife
7/29/2016 - Graham Brookes

A pleasant half day walk in good weather (July 2016). Good views from Yeavering Bell particularly of the Cheviots and north/north east over the valleys of the Rivers Glen and Till.

4/17/2013 - Pat McTiernan

This is a very strenuous walk unless you consider yourself to be reasonably fit, be aware that it can be very 'boggy' in many places and also that the weather can change quite quickly, especially as you are open to strong blustery winds whilst out on the Grouse covered Northumberland Moors. Some great views of the Cheviot Hills; still snow capped around the middle of April and good views into Scotland from Yeavering Bell.

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