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Brimham Rocks, a natural Playground for those seeking adventure in the yorkshire countryside

Brimham Rocks are a collection of rocks scattered across 50 acres of moorland near Pateley Bridge in North Yorkshire. Maintained by the National Trust, the rocks are open to public viewing 365 days a year from dawn until dusk.

The National Trust operates a visitor centre, shop and kiosk at Brimham Rocks, where visitors can find out more about how these weird and wonderful rocks were formed.

Brimham is a great place for walkers, climbers, nature-spotters and artists as well as families looking for the freedom to explore.
Brimham is a great place for walkers, climbers, nature-spotters and artists as well as families looking for the freedom to explore. It is less than an hour by car from Ravensdale Glamping Retreats.


Sculptured by 320 millions of years of ice, wind and continental movements, these rocks have been moulded into magical shapes.
Sculptured by 320 millions of years of ice, wind and continual movements, these rocks have been moulded into magical shapes.

Brimham Rocks offer panoramic views across Nidderdale and the wider Yorkshire countryside.
Brimham Rocks offer panoramic views across Nidderdale and the wider Yorkshire countryside.

The rocks are a natural playground for those seeking adventure in the Yorkshire countryside, but also offer tranquillity when exploring the surrounding moorland, with its rare wildlife habitat and internationally important plants.
The rocks are a natural playground for those seeking adventure in the Yorkshire countryside, but also offer tranquillity when exploring the surrounding moorland, with its rare wildlife habitat and internationally important plants.

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