Brimham Rocks

Important notice -

Please be aware that BBQs, gas stoves, fires are not permitted at Brimham as moorland fires kill wildlife and burn vegetation. Once car parks are full all arriving vehicles will be sent away from Brimham Moor Road. Roadside parking is not permitted.

Dramatic moorland rock formations

Brimham Rocks

Things to see and do

Brimham Rocks

What's on

Upcoming events

#MacroBrimham Photography Competition

Tue 27 Sep 2016
09:00-18:00
Over the months of September and October seize the opportunity to take part in our #MacroBrimham photography competition. Best shots will be published fortnightly on Brimham Rocks website.

Seedy Muck in Day

Sun 02 Oct 2016
13:00-15:00
Come and help us conserve the heather moorland.

#MacroBrimham Mondays

Mon 10 Oct 2016
12:00-14:00
Join Brimham Photographic Society member Stephen to gather tips for taking excellent macro photography shots.

Hallowe'en Mask Making

Sat 22 Oct 2016
12:00-14:00
Make a set of Hallowe'en masks for the entire family and take a family selfie through 'Framing the Landscape' picture frame in the picnic area.

Halloween Trail

Thu 27 Oct 2016
11:00-15:00
Can you survive our terrifying Halloween Trail as it winds through the rocks. Come to the Witches lair to claim your spook-tacular prize. Wear your scariest fancy dress for the fright of your life!

Wild Weaving Weekend

Sat 05 Nov 2016
12:00-14:00
Who is the craftiest of them all?
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Eating

Refreshment Kiosk at Brimham Rocks, North Yorkshire.

Local food for sale at Brimham Rocks kiosk 

Treat yourself to a delicious Yorkshire Dales icecream, enjoy a bowlful of warming soup and a toastie or simply have a cappuccino with a piece of our award-winning flapjack.

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Shopping

Brimham Rocks Jars of jam

Browse the shelves 

Yorkshire Honey, craft creations from Sheffield-based potter Chris Boddy, and bilberry jam are all on sale in our shop.

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Wildlife

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Our work

Heather moorland at Brimham Rocks, Nidderdale, North Yorkshire

Our conservation projects on heather moorland 

We're home to three rare species of heather including ling heather, bell heather and cross-leaved heath. These plants have helped us achieve the status of Site of Special Scientific Interest meaning the work we do here to preserve our moorland habitat is important on a world-wide scale.

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Get involved

Join the team at Brimham Rocks

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Groups

Brimham Rocks view onto Eagle Rock, Nidderdale, North Yorkshire

Visit with your group 

Groups of visitors have been coming to our special place since the 18th-century. With guided tours, self-led visits and downloadable trails come and find out what makes Brimham Rocks so special.