Carlton Bank Trig Point

A view of Odin’s hill, Roseberry Topping, sandwiched between the trig point and old parish boundary stone on the highest point of Carlton Bank. The summit, at 408m above sea level is the third highest point on the North York Moors. Today it is generally known as Carlton Moor but has also been mapped at various times in the past as Brown Hill and How Moor. The Coast to Coast Walk and the National Trail the Cleveland Way both visit the summit.
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