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Name:Roseberry Topping
Hill number:5611
Height:320m / 1050ft
Parent (Ma):2832  Gisborough Moor
Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:North Yorkshire (CoU), Redcar and Cleveland (CoU)
Class:Tump (300-399m), Trail 100
Grid ref:NZ 57903 12601
Summit feature:trig point
Col:238m  NZ605131  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 93
(1:25k) OL26N
Comments:On Trail 100 list
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 378 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Re visit with Dusty. Good to see the landscape painting on the NW side of the pillar from a local commissioned artistvegibagger27/11/2017
Twice; from Newton and second time Little Roseberry.paulcook280911/11/2017
Cleveland Way from Kildale and Captain Cooks Monumentpaulcook280908/10/2017
Roseberry Topping racepaulcook280930/08/2017
Gribdale Galloppaulcook280916/08/2017
Gribdale Gallop route from Percy Cross and ascending via Brant Gatepaulcook280912/08/2017
Route: Great Ayton summer camp site Easby Moor Roseberry Topping Cliff Rigg Great Ayton summer camp site. Approx. Stats: 4hrs50, 13km, 378m ascent. Weather: hot & sunny. Notes: took a slightly tortuous route up Easby Moor.millionmts13/07/2017
With Bill and Andy from Captain Cooks Mon.mick10/07/2017
The highlight of the day, a round of the four local summits from Great Ayton stationbardolph08/07/2017
Roseberry Romp route (with detour past farm)paulcook280915/06/2017
Roseberry Romppaulcook280923/05/2017
Gisborough Moors Fell Race from Captain Cooks / Gribdale.paulcook280923/04/2017
From Newton Lanepaulcook280908/04/2017
From the car park up main FP. Good views at top. Then on to Great Ayton Moor.PeterD07/04/2017
Circular walk from south to great Ayton moor and then on west to Roseberry topping and south to other tump and back across east to carvegibagger05/04/2017
Muddy murky dayleeapsimpson28/01/2017
OSBM S4415ad-lib25/01/2017
From Great Ayton via Newton Wood. Return via Cleveland Way and Easby Moor.afoster24/01/2017
Up from Cliff Rigg with Eire, Evan, Sail, Coel & Alfie. Crowded with folk; The Cat Bells of Yorkshire!Dangerous Dave22/01/2017
A gem, albeit a small one. From Great Aytontrimarc212/01/2017
Enjoyable walk up to the summit from CP, fantastic views on a clear, sunny day/Delta6817/12/2016
From CP then on to Great Ayton MoorCrib Goch13/11/2016
Bagged as part of a walk around the area. A very distinctive and beautiful looking hill, however very busy with the crowds and a heavily graffitied trig point on top.hillexplorer02/11/2016
Newton under Roseberry car park (2.50 for 2hrs) - Up Roseberry Lane & then up stepped path through Newton Wood - Continued up good path to summit trig point. (DB)gerrybowes28/10/2016
Parked at Gribdale Gate & walked across Great Ayton & Newton Moors before dropping down to Roseberry Common and up path to the top. back via Aireyholme Farm and road.citygent14/09/2016
Roseberry Topping Fell Race from Newton Lanepaulcook280931/08/2016
From Roseberry Lane.paulcook280927/08/2016
with Charlie while visiting many county topsmagirob03/08/2016
Great name. 4 top 3 hr evening circular walk /run with Darren from Great Ayton. Beautiful evening and peak. We tried a bit of low level climbing on the steep smooth sandstone face below the summit. A few good micro routes exist according to ukclimbing among offputting friable soft sandy rock, with some previous routes having fallen down. A great position.Busy on top incl. a group of teenage girls who had surprised themselves making it up here and were keeping way back from the edge and suffering from vertigo looking at the view?- A squeal of horror from them when Darren dared to stand on the graffiti covered trig in case he fell off!Chris Pearson27/07/2016
Here for the trigpoint. TP:UK log: Steep climb up from the car park at Newton under Roseberry. Fantastic views from the top so worth the effort.thejackrustles09/07/2016
Ascent from NT car park via Roseberry Lane and Newton Wood with return via Folly to SW on way home from a work appointment in Saltburn by the Sea.pwhitaker_196601/07/2016
Walked in glorious sunshine with my family including 3 year old Olivia and 11 year old Harry. Completed to the summit again in solo on 31/052016 in mist and gale force conditions.Jassiewas28/05/2016
Regularly walk here, either from newton under roseberry or gribdale gate.RubyMinx25/04/2016
A quick up and down - parked at Newton under Roseberry (17.00) - sunny and blue but still very muddy under foot. A satisfying stomp to bag the busy summit (& trig)8 of us here and more ascending! A popular spot.briandavies08/04/2016
Topping hill worthy of worthy classification.Eddie31/03/2016
With the family after a visit to Ormesby Hall. Rain just about held off.Herbert Anchovy28/03/2016
M and O. Quick Ascent from car park and circle of hill. Very greasy / muddy.Martin6627/03/2016
Up here quite a bit, but this particular trip was during the Hardmoors 55 mile Ultra race.cackleberry19/03/2016
Run (working in M'boro)richardsun14/12/2015
A nostaligic trip back to climb the first hill that Sam climbed aged 5yrs. This time we did a circuit to include Cooks Monument and starting at Great Ayton. Beautiful day.Jo&Sam27/09/2015
Did with kids on august bank holiday. They were greatful for cake and pop at the top. My son codys first hill at just under 2 years old. I had to tell him people waiting with drinks and cake at the top isn't the norm.The-Z-Man04/08/2015
with dad and Tedemily05/07/2015
with Jarvis the dogCawth27/06/2015
Car park at Great Ayton Station, Cliff Rigg, Roseberry Topping, Great Ayton Moor, Gisborough Moor, Easby Moor. Walk with lots of variety and good paths nearly (see note under Gisborough Moor and Easby Moor) all the way.ijpowell04/06/2015
From Newton for a quick up and down, it was very slimey, crampons required?sotabagger29/03/2015
Directly from Great Ayton Moor. Grest visibility from the summit.JohnStoneham29/03/2015
With Eire, Evan, Sail, Danu, Coel & Alfie.Dangerous Dave23/10/2014
with SRFrank28/08/2014
from Newton under Roseberry via Brant Gate to Roseberry Common and approached on Cleveland Wayafoster09/07/2014