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Name:Roseberry Topping
Hill number:5611
Height:320m / 1050ft
Parent (Ma):2832  Gisborough Moor
RHB 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
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 500 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Great little stroll with Mrs D. Excellent views went early to miss the crowd.iandesbottes17/07/2020
From Great Ayton and via quarry and past shooting hutpaulcook280911/07/2020
Three times up from Newton Lanepaulcook280909/07/2020
From Roseberry Lane en route to Gisborough Moor. Shrouded in mist, but clear on return.peter4lc15/06/2020
From Great Ayton via Captain Cooks and Gribdalepaulcook280914/06/2020
From Great Ayton (via quarry and ascent via shooting folly)paulcook280905/06/2020
With GFE during lockdown.Fionalevey24/05/2020
From Great Ayton station as a warm-up for watching Tottenham at Middlesbrough. Middlesbrough looked a lot more pleasant up here than it did up close...Richard05/01/2020
From Captain Cooks and Gribdalepaulcook280907/10/2019
Third visit to this delightful little pyramidColin Crawford17/09/2019
Fletcher's Farm, Great Ayton,LilaT14/09/2019
4hrs sleep in a car...then a drive over to meet up with Natalie for a hike up to the summit. Followed by a trip to the restaurant for a legendary ParmoSockpan29/08/2019
Roseberry Topping fell racepaulcook280927/08/2019
From Newton-under-Roseberry CP on a completely cloudless, hot day. Superb views after a great short walk.Nick Down126/08/2019
Two ascents; from Great Ayton-Newton Wood and Captain Cooks-Cleveland Waypaulcook280924/08/2019
Two ascents; from Great Ayton-Newton Wood and via stairs; from Hutton Village and up the chutepaulcook280910/08/2019
Up and down from car park to West. Descent took longer than ascent due to very slippery rocks on the path. Low cloud, no views.NormanW01/08/2019
Evening ascent from Newton of Roseberry Topping (320m), Great Ayton Moor (318m), and Easby Moor (324m). Drizzle, low cloud, much ground water, some paths like streams. Distance ~ 12Km, ascent ~420m.VirtualMountain13/06/2019
Second climb of Roseberry Topping, superb views from the top, good footwear needed and best to wear eye protection as the sandstone grit on the summit can irritate your eyes. Stick to the main paths are bestgiant_hiker30/05/2019
From Great Ayton direct route.paulcook280915/05/2019
Twice. From Great Ayton via Newton Wood; from Captains Cook via Little Roseberry.paulcook280912/05/2019
shaun the sheep on trig point :)mini bagger 05/05/2019
Loads of people couldn't get parked in the car park. Had to park on the road. On my several previous visits it was a boggy path, but now has been done up to a fully paved tourist versionJulieB05/05/2019
Gribdale Growler fell racepaulcook280901/05/2019
Direct from Great Aytonpaulcook280924/04/2019
Gisborough Moors fell racepaulcook280914/04/2019
From Great Ayton, Newton Wood, Newton Lane and via shooting follypaulcook280910/04/2019
Hardmoors 50 (Cleveland Way; Guisborough to Helmsley) (twice - from Little Roseberry and Roseberry gate)paulcook280916/03/2019
February summer's day. Liz, Mam n Jim.gavopeo24/02/2019
From the Newton Under Roseberry car park, straight up to summit. Back down the south side, past the little folly and back down through the woods. With Ellie on my backDave1w09/02/2019
With Sean and Jack on our way to Newcastle for the FA Cup matchcolinfielding05/01/2019
With Mum and Evie.Fin Gertips18/11/2018
With Sam in CarrierIbby19/10/2018
Dearne Valley Walking Group WalkSteveP22/09/2018
Parked at picnic sire to the WNW before heading straight up the mostly paved path to Roseberry Topping. Great hill and a shame it has to be paved but I accept that it does. Then headed over to Cliff Rigg before a pleasant walk back through the woods.clivevilla10/09/2018
Roseberry Topping fell racepaulcook280929/08/2018
From Newton; second ascent from Little Roseberrypaulcook280923/08/2018
From Newton; second ascent from Little Roseberrypaulcook280918/08/2018
From Great Ayton Moor. A delightful hill from every angle.Campbell Singer08/08/2018
Civies, no water, roasting, quick march up through lycra-clad people in the evening sun.agentmancuso03/08/2018
LSjohn steel29/07/2018
Early up with Minnie from pricey p&d. Straight up popular path. Had hill to ourselves 08:00. Great aspect/views, should spend more time there. Down through woods back to car as forecast thunder storm starts.apricorum27/07/2018
Roseberry Romppaulcook280922/05/2018
Roseberry Romp fell racepsycho bub22/05/2018
From car park following tourist route. Lovely hill with great views on a clear bright day.Ramblingpaul10/05/2018
Gisborough Moors FRpaulcook280915/04/2018
Spotted yesterday from White Hill (Hasty Bank), then drove past it - still not knowing its name. Put it in the programme for today despite cloud down and a wet, wet day. Parked roadside to avoid car park charges (£2.50 for first 2 hrs). Easy walk up on man-made path.jonglew12/03/2018
Easy walk up from the carpark near captain cook monumentjmistry8605/02/2018
Re visit with Dusty. Good to see the landscape painting on the NW side of the pillar from a local commissioned artistvegibagger27/11/2017