Cairn Hill West Top also known as Hangingstone Hill stands at 743 m (2,438 ft) and was the highest point in the historic county of Roxburghshire. It is located on the Anglo-Scottish border and forms part of the Cheviots, a range of upland hills providing stunning scenery, steeped in rich ancient history.
The top is located southwest from the summit of The Cheviot, the Pennine Way, 268 mile long distance trail, also crosses the top.
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|743 m (2,438 ft)
|NT 8957 1930
|OL16: The Cheviot Hills