Activities

Yorkshire's climbing haven

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Try out the Tracker Pack!

Tracker Packs provide hours of fun for the entire family!

Each pack consists of an easy-to-carry backpack, an activity booklet and props to help you complete the activities . The Tracker Packs are free to use and can be taken out from the Day Maker gazebo or the Visitor Centre. You can book them out for a group here.

Join Brimham Photographic Society

Dramatic places make for amazing photographs

 May 2015 saw the creation of Brimham Rocks Photographic Society. Interested in photography? Find out more about Brimham Photographic Society here.

We'd love to see your photos on Facebook and Twitter.

Join our Flickr group here!

Star photography at Brimham Rocks

Ever wanted to take stunning night-time photos? Try out the advice of photographer Andrew Warn and share the results with @NTBrimhamRocks!

Geocaching

Join the digital treasure hunt

Join the digital treasure hunt

Geocaching is an exciting outdoor treasure hunt for the whole family. A geocache or 'cache' is a small waterproof treasure box hidden outdoors. Geocachers seek out these hidden goodies guided by a GPS-enabled device that uses co-ordinates or ‘waypoints,' downloaded from www.geocaching.com or www.opencaching.com.

You'll find all kinds of  hidden treasure at Brimham Rocks, as well as ticking off another thing on your 50 Things to do before you're 11 3/4. Pack up a picnic and start your geocaching adventure.

Get geocaching

  • You'll need a GPS device (or smartphone) - don't forget batteries
  • Find a cache near you on www.geocaching.com (you'll need to sign up)
  • Choose a cache and enter the coordinates into your GPS
  • Follow your GPS towards the spot - then use your wits to find it
  • Fill out the logbook and return the cache to its hiding place

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