Name:Gisborough Moor
Hill number:2832
Height:328.7m / 1078ft
RHB Section:37: The River Tees to The Wash
County/UA:Redcar and Cleveland
County (CoA):Cleveland (CoA)
Catchment:Esk (Whitby)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Tump (300-399m), Current County/UA Top, Administrative County Top,
Clem
(Ma,Hu,Tu,3,CoU,CoA,Cm)
Grid ref:NZ 63242 12410
Summit feature:embedded rock
Drop:150.8m
Col:177.9m  NZ 6335 0958  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 94
(1:25k) OL26N
Observations:rock is 30cm higher than top of tumulus 200m SE at NZ 63440 12342 and 35cm higher than top of tumulus 60m W at NZ 63181 12414
Survey:Leica Runner 20
Survey of Gisborough Moor.pdf
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Notes:
  • Cleveland (1974) administrative county top
  • Redcar and Cleveland current county/UA top

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Long run from Great Ayton station via Cliff Rigg and Roseberry Topping. Climb from Highcliff Nab and path towards Commondale.paulcook280918/02/2024
With seanjordanwalmsley198712/11/2023
5 of 5 Parked near Kildale station. After great ayton moor along heather tracks. Before making way back to kildale. 12.8 miles total. Marilyn no. 80The-Z-Man12/11/2023
Parked at Pinchinthorpe visitor centre (£4.40 all day cash/phone app). Circuit around Roseberry Topping, Easby Moor, Great Ayton Moor and Gisborough Moor. Weather improved with the day after a damp and misty start. With Gillian on the way home from Scotland.richard6913/10/2023
Parked near Wayworth, then a simple walk up the track.Mark Jackson18/07/2023
Straight up and down from the parking just west of Commondale. lovely walk at dusk with plenty of snow on the ground. 7km in just over an hour.Nicky C26/12/2022
On own. From small car park near Commondale towards North Ings Farm then cut across moor onto track crossing Commondale Moor and North Ings Moor to summit hp. Saw no-one throughout walk. Several areas with controlled heather burning which detracted from visit.Beeliner18/10/2022
Straightforward ascent on track from NZ6475 0984. Most of my recent walking on the North York Moors has not actually been on moorland so this made a change.Wycombe Wanderer16/10/2022
From Guisborough. Watching the Guisborough 3 Tops fell race (with a slight diversion).Geoff Briggs30/04/2022
Parking at roadside by the track leading to North Ings. You can follow the track up with a detour around North Ings to pick the (good) track up again. Easier than my route up from Commondalesimon and co27/01/2022
Circuit via tracks west of Commondale. Up past the war memorial down past the cairns and field system. Heather burning annoyingly in progress to increase CO2 emissions and facilitate toffs' killing grouse for fun.Nick Canute21/01/2022
End to end with KeithByTheC, Carol, Baggergut and Tove for Keith's last English marilyn, over Guisborough Moor, Great Ayton Moor, Roseberry Topping and Easby Moor, ending at Gribdale Gate Car Park. 10.4 miles.JulieB18/12/2021
From layby w of commondale where RoW follows track. Cut across easy ground to ancient dyke, then on to track up spine of south ridge to summit of Gisborough Moor. KeithByTheC18/12/2021
ELMAdonmeister23/10/2021
From Commondale. 4 mile round trip. 1 HR 25 minsLongwojo16/10/2021
A diversion out and back from NZ 623 143 while walking the Cleveland Way.dgresty16/10/2021
From Charltons. Along Cleveland Way to NZ 62332 14358 and then on footpath to top. Wandered about to make sure I had the right spot and then back on a circular moorland walk to the CW.MichaelF04/10/2021
Steady walk form Commondale amongst the grouseMark Sims03/09/2021
Found a space to park off the road just N of Wayworth Farm. Ran up the track and explored all the possible high points. Returned by following the track at the side of North Ings Slack past the war memorial and across Whiteley Beck just below the farm using a FB not marked on the OS map. The path shown on the map heading back to the car from there wasn't really present on the ground.Wheelsy27/08/2021
Short day walkconanharrod11/07/2021
Along track to and around North Ings from Commondale. All was going swimmingly until a sudden thunder storm soaked us to our underwear near the summit. Ran quickly across all likely and described tops between lightening strikes before legging it back to the camper for a change of clothes and hot tea.summitter04/07/2021
As others, from Commondale. Another neglected hill despite many visits to the NYM so managed today, on an epic 130 mile drive round the national park. With Pete- his second visit.pwheeler09/06/2021
Nice walk up from the parking near CommondaleAlan Caine06/06/2021
Parked near Commondale like others and nipped up in gorgeous sunshine. Visited all potential high points.assynt_bob31/05/2021
Sunny but windy day, climbed from CommondaleRockdoctor27/03/2021
Gisborough Moor from GR: NZ 65679 10503ronaldo33322/11/2020
Gisborough Moor from GR: NZ 65679 10503Hippster22/11/2020
With Dave H. from Hunter's Hill Estate. Windy. Stopped and brewed tea in the lee of Highcliffe on the way down.SlowOl15/11/2020
4 mile out-and-back from road to the south, then long but fairly straight-forward route on good track all the way to summit, wild moorland views in all directions, no one around. Earlier that day we bagged Cliff Rigg, Great Ayton Moor and re-bagged Roseberry Topping in a circular, mainly high cloud with rare sun.DanTrig20/10/2020
From Enfield Chase through the maze of paths in Guisborough Woods and onto open Moorland.rhalstead27/09/2020
While on the top as given by the hill-bagging website and looking round at the other possibilities, a man in an estate vehicle stopped and tried to help me as I appeared lost. That was kind of him.Alan Moore01/09/2020
Via Roseberry Topping and Cleveland Way. Took right fork 0.75km after Highcliff Nab, then track south onto moor. Found embedded rock which is highest point.peter4lc15/06/2020
From Great Ayton and Little Roseberrypaulcook280929/02/2020
Parked at start of path W of Commondale. Returned by track further W.squeegs15/08/2019
Started from Gribdale Terrace over the moor to Percy Cross Rig and returned by Newton Moor.Fellhugger01/08/2019
Commondale path round North Ings past the memorial and the cairn on the moor before the high point. No views, low cloud.NormanW01/08/2019
Cleveland Waytomd403/06/2019
Parked at bend just before Commondale village. Part sun, cold wind, good views.iangalbraith19/02/2019
3/3 Marilyns for Christmas Day 2018. Approached up the track from the SE. Mist now gone. A round trip of 7km in 1.5hours.silveracorn_alan25/12/2018
Climbed from Guisborough before heading to Roseberry Topping. Pleasant day for DecemberGary Heath09/12/2018
From Lane end at S side of town. Heather burning right by summit.IanHHill18/10/2018
From Hutton village. Sunny at first, then overcast. Did Urra Moor after, on way to York. Rounsfell15/09/2018
Long but gentle track up from opposite Wayworth.Topographer5704/08/2018
Made sure of all possible bumps and then headed off to bag some more interesting Tumps.Alex C16/04/2018
From Commondale to High Moor on to the Quakers Causeway via Black Howes. On to Westworth Wood, through Guisborough Woods and on to Gisborough Moor. Returning to Commondale via North Ings Moor and Commondale Moor.raymooremanx24/02/2018
Walked up roseberry topping then across the moors to here, passed the trig on side of the track to carn stone marking the top of the hill, then walked across and bog and back to carsjmistry8605/02/2018
7.8 mile county top walk from slapewath, parked near the fox and hounds pub and then followed Cleveland way through Guisborough woods till a footpath heads south once onto the moor the path is indistinguishable so followed the wide path to the right till I reached the track that goes to the trig point follow this all the way to the high point of Cleveland.WAYNE ROWLETT07/01/2018
With SR, NBFrank06/12/2017
|From Commondale with Sue and Frank extended the walk as far as the trig pointBheinn06/12/2017
From Gisborough then pillar and back down to car. Snowing for all of my walk.Dusty30/11/2017