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Carnforth

Roseberry Topping and captain cooks monument

Though short in distance, the Roseberry Topping Walk is a bit of a challenge with a sharp incline for most of the ascent up Cleveland’s most photographed hill. With a unique, half-cone shape, this hill is perhaps the most notable in the area, offering rewarding views over all of the Cleveland

Roseberry Topping and captain cooks monument

Time & Location

21 Aug, 09:30

Carnforth, Blea Moor Rd, Carnforth LA6 3AS, UK

About the Event

Though short in distance, the Roseberry Topping Walk is a bit of a challenge with a sharp incline for most of the ascent up Cleveland’s most photographed hill. With a unique, half-cone shape, this hill is perhaps the most notable in the area, offering rewarding views over all of the Cleveland plains on a sunny day. Continue onto Captain Cook’s Monument, which stands proudly in the land the famous explorer once grew up.

The Roseberry Topping Walk via Captain Cook’s Monument is a superb hike – taking you to two distinct peaks of the North York Moors. Though likely to be busy, especially on a summer day, it’s definitely worth the climb!

A full kit list and details of the walk will be sent out via email closer to the time of the walk but if you need information please get in touch.

Tickets

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  • Pen-Y -Ghent

    £25

    +£0.63 Service fee

    A great walk for beginners and people who love to walk. approx 16km

    £25

    +£0.63 Service fee

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    £0

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