This fort, probably Iron Age, stands atop Burgh Hill near Teviothead. The area is rich with earthworks from ancient settlements.
On the same hill, just a short distance away, is Burgh Hill stone circle.
Ramparts protected a significant settlement, except on the northwest side where the hill falls away sharply.
1/6 A view of the northeastern ramparts.
2/6 The northwestern side of the fort has fewer man-made defences, having the advantage of a steep slope. Looking southwest.
3/6 The northwestern slope, looking northeast.
4/6 The southeastern ditch, looking southwest along the long edge of the fort from the top of the inner rampart.
5/6 The same view, but from the bottom of the ditch.
6/6 The hillfort seen from the direction of the <A href="burghhilllcircle.html">Burgh Hill stone circle</A>.