Roseberry Topping Great Ayton
One of the most stunning Yorkshire landscapes has to be the views around Roseberry Topping. On the edge of the NYM National Park. Dominating the Tees Valley below. It can be seen from as far as Danby Dale head near Rosedale. It was used by sailers as an indicator for changing weather and was known as the Cleveland Matterhorn. No matter where you may find yourself in the surrounding areas Roseberry can usually be seen. Teesside’s most famous son Captain James Cook grew up in its shadow. And probably played its part in him becoming the worlds greatest ever navigator and map maker.