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The 'broad flat moor'. The summit is the slight rise on the left.
|Elevation||328 m (1,076 ft)|
|Prominence||152 m (499 ft)|
|Listing||Marilyn, County Top|
|Location||North York Moors, England|
|Topo map||OS Landranger 94|
Gisborough Moor is a moor in England's North York Moors, lying to the south of the town of Guisborough. The summit is a broad flat ridge, with the highest point at the southern end, some 2 km south of a trig point. It is crossed by a number of footpaths leading between the Cleveland Way and Commondale and other settlements to the south. Highcliff Nab, near the moor's north-western corner, overlooks Guisborough from the edge of the scarp.
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