Brimham Rocks is a series of fascinating rock formations, over 300 million years old. They are located on Brimham Moor, approximately 11 miles north west of Knaresborough towards Pateley Bridge, and are well worth a visit. The rocks are in an area owned by the National Trust which is part of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A visit is perfect for those with the energy to climb as well as those who enjoy the fresh air and beautiful scenery. There are refreshment facilities and toilets and featured events take place from time to time designed to help you get the most from this stunning natural sculpture park.
The area is a must for adventurers, runners, naturalists (especially ornithologists), photographers, geocachers – the list goes on. Rumour has it that York Minster can be seen on a clear day.
The National Trust website for Brimham Rocks is available below.
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