Byrness Hill
427m

Byrness Hill

Hill In The Cheviots, Northumberland

Climb up 427m to bag Byrness Hill in The Cheviots.

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Byrness Hill is a nice bagging, but with fabulous views too.

The initial walk is through a forest area and can be a little boggy, but as you clear that, the scenery turns into a bit of a boulder graveyard.

Once you are at the top, turn back for spectacular views over Catcleugh Reservoir.

Nearest place to park is at St Francis Of Assisi Church In Byrness and then head back west a short distance until you see a fingerpost across the road. Follow the little path through the trees, following the permissive path as it skirts the house and then up into the forest.

Once you get to the cairn, then you are at the top. Just over 1km of hiking with nearly 200m of ascent.

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Where Is Byrness Hill?

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Lat / Long

55.32594, -2.35929

What three words

indulges.stereos.mistress

Where To Park For Byrness Hill?

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55.314777, 55.314777

What three words

rattler.grapevine.decay

Easiest place to park is at the St Francis Of Assisi Church and then it's just a short walk across the road to the foot of the hill.

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