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Facilities and additional information
Roseberry Topping is an unusual landmark on the skyline overlooking Teesside. Known as Yorkshires Matterhorn, it has a hard sandstone cap which has protected the underlying shales and clays, so while the surrounding area was worn away by ice, wind and rain, the Topping survived. Its dramatic summit was partly created by man; alum, jet and ironstone have all been mined out of the hill, and ironstone workings caused the collapse of the western face in 1912.
Additional informationthe area is rich in wildlife especially moorland birds
Toilets, free car park