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Altitude: 619 metres
Windy Gyle is in the Cheviots and lies astride the Border Ridge that divides Scotland and England. Russell's Cairn on the summit is believed to be a bronze age burial mound. It is also crossed by the Pennine Way.
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There are 350 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Windy Gyle. They have contributed 14 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.
|Donalds Trumped - Round 2||weaselmaster||28/01/2018||7||G1S1|
|Windy Gyle, The Cheviot & Linton Hill||foggieclimber||11/03/2012||6||S1|
|Itís taken a while (to post), but Iíve finally compleated...||PeteR||14/05/2017||4|
|Cauldcleuch Head and Windy Gyle [#89 - final Donald]||rockhopper||13/08/2017||3||G1|
|Windy Gyle, The Cheviots||rdtoward21||22/01/2012||3|
|Autumn in the borders||johnbythell||08/10/2017||2|
|Donald On the Border||weaselmaster||21/02/2016||2||G1|
|The Garden Path: Windy Gyle and the Cheviot||nxmjm||05/05/2013||2|
|The Windy Gyle & The Gale Force Cheviot||iangpark||11/09/2019||1|
|Windy Gyle and the Cheviot||Benaden887||16/10/2013||1|
|A Wild Wander on Windy Gyle||Christo1979||11/01/2020||0|
|First ever English hill, nae view||Fife Flyer||11/11/2016||0|
|Windy Gyle, The Cheviot and Auchope Cairn||colinwatson||23/03/2016||0|
|Living up to its name with Seymour Butts||Bbbadger||25/01/2014||0|