Things to do this spring at Brimham Rocks

girl at Brimham Rocks

The days are getting longer and nature is waking up here at Brimham Rocks. Join us for a guided walk, an adventure day, or a crafty workshop. There's so much to see and do now spring has arrived!


Climb, clamber and jump for Joy! The longer days are here at last.
Summer at Brimham Rocks
Climb, clamber and jump for Joy! The longer days are here at last.

Tales from the Great Wood at Brimham Rocks 

Sunday 22 May 1pm and 3pm

Join BadApple Theatre Company for a live storytelling adventure this Spring at Brimham Rocks. 

Tales From The Great Wood is a tall tale that stretches from end to end of The Great Wood and appeals to both the young and the young at heart! After the disappearance of daredevil squirrel Nutty McFurson, Hetty the hare must try to restore balance to her woodland habitat and soon learns that the global ecosystem has its part to play. Turns out that every creature - no matter how small - matters!

Get ready for a 50-minute feast of songs, laughter and a chance to join in from your seat.

Tickets need to be pre-booked by visiting the BadApple BOOKING PAGE 

Adults: £12

Children: £6

Enjoy the blossom in the spring
Blossom covered trees in spring against a clear blue sky
Enjoy the blossom in the spring

Blossom Bathing Mindfulness Walk

26 May 11am-1:30pm

Join Faith Douglas from Forest Bathing UK for a session of mindfulness walking. Focussing on blossom and new beginnings reflective of springtime, Faith will lead you on a walk surrounded by serenity and beautiful landscape at National Trust Brimham Rocks. Soak up the benefits of the woodland and moorland setting in a mindful way, which can reduce stress levels, balance mood disorders and improve your sense of wellbeing.

Places are priced at £27.50 limited and will need to be booked in advance by visiting the BOOKING PAGE

Have a go at climbing, den building and abseiling this spring
Active adventures at Brimham Rocks
Have a go at climbing, den building and abseiling this spring

Active Adventure Day

Sunday 29 May morning (9:30am - 12pm) and afternoon (1pm - 3:30pm) sessions

Join us for an active outdoors adventure day at Brimham Rocks!

Working with the National Trust at Brimham, Live For Today have created an exciting day of adventure in the great outdoors. We are ready to help you get outside and get active, discovering hidden secrets, learning new skills and facing stimulating challenges.

This activity day will be split in two halves – book on to either the morning or afternoon session or for those that want a full day of fun you can book onto both!

The morning session will focus on two activities, the first of which will be learning how to weasel around some of the magnificent rocks on offer at Brimham, including the Elevator and the Smarties Tube. Then we will centre our attention on bushcraft, learning how to make shelter using natural materials in the woods.

The afternoon session will be spent climbing some of the most exciting routes Brimham has to offer, learning the basic techniques of belaying and rope management. We will also cover bouldering where no ropes are needed – just learning how to move low level. The day will finish on a highlight with an exhilarating abseil.

All activities will be led and guided by our expert instructors and are suitable for ages 8 plus including teenagers.

Places need to be pre-booked by visiting the BOOKING PAGE

50 things to do before you're 11 ¾

What better way to spend a day than by ticking off new exploits from our 50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾ list.  Become one of our explorers – have you already spotted a cave? Or built a den with the sticks and leaves found on site? See how many of the 30 + things available at Brimham Rocks you can achieve all year round. You can record your adventures on the new app. Don’t forget to tell us when you’ve completed an activity so we can give you a sticker.

Have a go at building a den at Brimham Rocks
Den Building at Brimham Rocks
Have a go at building a den at Brimham Rocks


Join this international digital treasure hunt. Geocaches are hidden away around the rocks, moorland and woodland of Brimham. There are two separate trails. First one for the novice geocacher sticking closer to the rocky area. The second route, A(dvanced) B(rimham) C(aches), follows the Boundary Walk and offers a slight challenge to the more experienced treasure hunter. To get started just download the geocaching app, sign up and get exploring.

Look here for more information about Brimham geocaches.


Join Nature Explorers to discover what lives in a pond
Pond Dipping at Brimham Rocks
Join Nature Explorers to discover what lives in a pond

Spot the rocks

Try this downloadable guided walk to assist you on your rock exploration. Have you already noticed the Druid’s Profile and the Rabbit? Measure your footprint against the giant salamander’s who roamed Brimham over 320 million years ago. Don’t forget to say ‘Hi!’ to the Dancing Bear and crawl through the Smartie Tube.

Tag us on Instagram

We love photos! If you snap some great shots of Brimham Rocks tag us or use #brimhamrocks. Follow us to see what's happening around the site.

Follow us on Twitter

Find out all the latest news, behind the scene photos and information about upcoming events by following Brimham Rocks on Twitter.

Like us on Facebook

Keep up with the latest news and events at Brimham Rocks.