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The College Valley lies 7miles from the north Northumberland town of Wooler and is reached along an unclassified single track road heading southwards off the B6351.There is parking just beyond Hethpool, at the end of the public road immediately after the cattle grid (GR NT893281).If there happens to be any livestock across your route which make you uneasy, keep with the tarmac road to the next five bar gate or failing that a tiny fence at the end of the stone wall immediately before the plantation. At 331 metres high this is not a big hill but the view down to the twin settlements of Town Yetholm and Kirk Yetholm is outstanding.

It stands where the Elsdon and College Burns join forces and has a history dating back to 1242.Now leave the wall and fence behind and climb in a southerly direction, along a faint quad track, towards another wall and fence which will, in turn, lead you to the 327 metre top (GR NT833261).Here you are caught between the valleys of the Halter Burn, to your left, and the Clifton Burn, to your right.You are now alongside Shank`s Sike and when the track splits in two, immediately after the five bar gate, be sure to take the right hand path which descends to cross the sike.Head diagonally across the green pasture of Scaldhill Shank along a faint path towards and then through the plantation (GR NT865278).

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