Guided walks at Brimham Rocks
Join in with a guided tour this autumn at Brimham Rocks. Whether you're interested in the unique geology of the rock formations, the social history of this bizarre place, or want to learn more about the nature and wildlife that calls Brimham home- there's something for everyone!
Monday 4 October 1.30pm – 3pm
Brimham Rocks has rocks. It sounds obvious but the rocks at Brimham aren't just any old rocks. They are amazing, spectacular, strange, weird, bizarre and even peculiar rocks. Lots of people look at or take photos of them, some people come to explore them but this walk is for those who want to know why they're here in the first place!
Interested? Join in with a 90 minute walk with one of our guides on the dates above. Taking part is free of charge and there's no need to book onto the event. So if you would like to come along we'll see you at the welcome hut in the main car park.
Brimham through the ages walk
Tuesday 12 October and Saturday 13 November 1.30pm -3pm
The National Trust only started looking after the site in 1970. We've been welcoming visitors for over 50 years but have you ever wondered what people made of this special place before then?
Did you know that it was once thought that the rocks had been stacked here by druids like stonehenge?
Join us on a 90 minute guided walk with a volunteer historian to learn more about Brimham's story from it's mention in the Domesday Book to the present day.