Lamb Hill, Cheviot Hills

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Lamb Hill
Northumberland, Roxburghshire
Looking into Scotland from Lamb Hill - - 1221697.jpg
View north from Lamb Hill
Range: Cheviot Hills
Summit: 1,677 feet NT811133
55°24’45"N, 2°18’-0"W

Lamb Hill is a hill amongst the Cheviot Hills, on the ridge marking the boundary between Northumberland to the south and Roxburghshire to the north. Beefstand Hill is just to the north-east on that ridge.

The summit reaches 1,677 feet above sea level. The Pennine Way joins boundary ridge just south-west of Lamb Hill, runs over the summit and follows the ridge all the way to Cairn Hill.