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  • Almost Forgotten

    An evening talk bChris Davies on the Aviation accidents in the Cheviot Hills. (Free for Hostel Residents)
    Guided Walk by Reiver Guiding of the sites (£15pp)
    2nd June – 3rd June 2018
    Chris Davies has agreed to come along to the Wooler Youth Hostel on the 2nd June at 7:30pm and give a talk on the events leading up to these tragic accidents and also what happened in the aftermath. 
    The next Day (Sunday 3rd June) Reiver Guiding (Based at the Hostel) in conjunction with Lone Tree Hill Outdoor experience will be hosting a guided walk (approx. 10 miles) to visit these sites on the Cheviot.

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  • Group Discounts

    Wooler is an ideal base for those looking for good value, comfortable accommodation with easy access to walking, cycling and outdoor sporting activities and events. North Northumberland and the Cheviots are fast becoming one of the most popular places in the UK for outdoor events, and we already host two trail races, Trail Outlaws Wooler Trail Marathon and the 63 year old Chevy Chase. Please contact us to find out what we can do for you.  Group discounts are available.




Hedgehope Winter Wipeout

Hedgehope Winter Wipeout

Looking for a way to blast off those cobwebs following the festive season? Here’s a half marathon for the hardy souls only – summer runners look away now! Hedgehope is the second highest peak in the Cheviots and is regarded by many as the jewel in the crown. It’s domed summit provides a hard climb no matter how it’s approached.

Winter in the Cheviots can be a sun-drenched frozen wonderland or it can be howling winds and Arctic temperatures. For this reason we’d highly recommend that you be an experienced trail/fell runner with a knowledge of cold weather running. The safety kit is mandatory and everyone will be checked before they head out into the hills.

Date: Sunday 14th January, 2018

With over 2500 feet of climbing and variable terrain you’ll need to be steady on your feet and pretty determined. People can go out and do this route any time they wish but to do it as part of an event gives you a safety blanket should things go wrong. A number of tents can be found on route and you can feel free to dive into one should you need to. The team is there to help and a medic will be on hand and emergency services pre-notified. Not that you’ll need them! The run is a straight up and down to maximise use of marshals and increase peoples ability to follow the right directions.

All enquiries regarding entries to Barry Kemp
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