The striking outline of Roseberry Topping, affectionately known as 'Yorkshire's Matterhorn', is visible for miles around.
Layers of geological and human history have shaped this iconic hill on the edge of the North York Moors. Panoramic views reward a climb to the summit, while paths criss-cross the hill’s slopes and woodlands, waiting to be explored.
The character of Roseberry Topping changes with the weather and seasons; visit in spring for woodland bird song and carpets of bluebells, summer for the perfect picnic spot or enjoy rich autumn colours. Visit the National Trust website for information and downloadable walks.
Image: Roseberry Topping bluebells, National Trust/Gareth Wilson