Our guide to doing the 50 things at Roseberry Topping
What are you waiting for? Get out there and start ticking the 50 Things off. It sounds like so much fun even our Ranger team are having a go.
No.1 climb a tree
Loads of big old oak trees grow around the bottom of Roseberry in Newton Wood. Try to find one with big sturdy branches and get climbing.
No.2 roll down a really big hill
It might not be a good idea to try and roll all the way down Roseberry, but there are quite a few nice grassy slopes you can roll down.
No.17 set up a snail race
Look under stones and logs to find your champion racing snails. Make sure you give them plenty of encouragement once they're off.
No.18 create some wild art
Collect some natural materials such as fallen leaves, twigs, pebbles - anything you can pick up which isn't living or growing. Then let your imagination run wild to create some amazing artwork.
No.22 explore inside a tree
There could be all sort of exciting creepy crawlies in a hollow tree. Just take a peek and see what you can find.
No.25 make a grass trumpet
It's easy to make a grass trumpet. All you need is a nice big blade of grass and plenty of puff.
No.26 hunt for fossils and bones
Roseberry was formed in the time of the dinosaurs. It was under water back then, so try looking for loose rocks in the woods and you might find the fossilised remains of sea creatures.
No.28 climb a huge hill
This has to be the best thing ever to do at Roseberry Topping. We're convinced you'll agree the view at the top is amazing.
No.30 hold a scary beast
Once you've hunted some bugs, hold them gently in your hand to get a closer look. Don't worry, you are definitely more scary to them than they are to you!
No.31 hunt for bugs
Newton Wood is a great place to hunt for bugs including beetles, woodlice, centipedes and ants. Look under rotting logs and fallen leaves. Be sure to leave everything as you found it so the bugs don't have to find a new home.
No.33 catch a falling leaf
Autumn is the best time to do this. See how many types and different coloured leaves you can catch. Then you can do No 18. Create some wild art.
No.44 go bird watching
You don't need to be an expert to enjoy watching birds. Head for Newton Wood (early morning is best) and very soon you'll get to know different types such as blackbird, blue tit and great tit, robin, song thrush, black cap and even great spotted woodpecker. Listening to their calls is a great way to learn how to identify them.
No.49 find a geocache
There are loads of geocaches hidden at Roseberry so it's a great place to try out this exciting hobby for the first time. There are some tough ones to keep experienced geocachers entertained too.