An afternoon exploring Brimham Rocks in Nidderdale.
Date: 18th October 2015 Distance: 4.2km (2.61 Miles) Parking: National Trust Car Park
Start Location: National Trust Brimham Rocks Ascent (m/ft): 110m (361ft) Weather:

Cloudy, 10°C

Time Started: 13:15 Highest Point: Brimham Rocks (301m/988ft) Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 2 Hours 30 Minutes    
Route: National Trust Brimham Rocks (301m/988ft) - Nidderdale

A view west over Nidderdale.

Lovely view from here - shame about the weather being a bit damp and cloudy.

Some of the rock formations here at Brimham Rocks.

The golf balls over there makes up one of the most secure areas in Great Britain; RAF Menwith Hill.

The Visitor Centre at the top of Brimham Rocks.

Enjoying the views from the top of the rocks.

Lots of places to explore!

And some amazing views to be had.
Brimham Rocks from the visitor centre.

I think this one is called The Bear.

Another rock formation.


This is the trig point on top of Brimham Rocks just behind the visitor centre.

Such a great place to visit!
You could easily spend a whole day here exploring the amazing rock formations.