Things to know for walking newbies venturing into Northumberland National Park
The Cheviot Hills of England’s Northumberland National Park are a dramatically desolate landscape, born out of ancient volcanic activity some 350-400 million years ago when two continents (what is now Scotland and what is now England) collided. Melancholy yet romantic, these slopes, summits and valleys call to the hillwalker and outdoor lover.
I’ve written an ebook about walking in the Cheviot Hills: The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Walking the Cheviot Hills – Things to know for walking newbies venturing into Northumberland National Park.
The ebook is available for purchase on Amazon for £1.99.
Get your copy here.
The book is a narrative of my two-day walk across The Cheviots and provides newbie walkers to the region with insight into what to expect, especially a climb of the two more popular summits, The Cheviot and Hedgehope Hill.
This guide also provides need-to-know pointers for those preparing their first-time adventures into the Cheviot Hills, including information on: route finding; terrain; degree of difficulty; kit required; and facilities.
You can purchase your copy of the ebook here.
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