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View of the Cheviot Hills. Courtesy of Andrea Roberts

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Cheviots Challenge

The Cheviots Challenge is a long distance walk in the Cheviot Hills of Northumberland, open to walkers and fell runners. Its purpose is to raise much needed funds for a local mountain rescue team and together with the North of Tyne Search and Rescue Team are both responsible for search and rescue of people within the Northumbria Police Authority. Furthermore, when requested, will respond to assist similar rescue teams in adjoining areas. .

Both teams are:-

  • Available 365 days a year, 24 hours a day;
  • Consists of volunteers spending many hours per year on rescues and training;
  • Registered charities [1] or [2] solely funded by voluntary contributions;
  • Operating annually at a cost of approximately £20000 ;

If you would like to enter the Cheviots Challenge, please read the entry details for further information.

Read more for this year's event.

If your would prefer a different challenge, then go to "Other Challenges" in the menu opposite.

If you would like to make a donation to one of these teams click [3] or [4]

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