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I remember visiting these years ago as a child and the rocks still amaze me. We visited on a beautiful September day where the views from all around the park were extensive and spectacular. The pathways are well maintained and I am sure would make...More
Plenty of parking and the paths are well laid out according to eveness etc, café at the top and NT help centre in car park plus Ice cream kiosk when we visited. Parking is £6 members free, remember to print out a ticket! A vast...More
Brimham Rocks is a perfect place to get some fresh air, have the kids let off steam and just enjoy some quality time with friends and family. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone that struggles to move comfortably and walk across different terrains.
A great walk - channeling my geological geek!
A Natural Trust area, well maintained, rangers on hand to answer questions. Great for all ages. Large car park. Fabulous out door coffee shop - lots of picnic tables . Amazing views.
£6 flat rate to park - even at 5PM. No option for an hour or two.
I understand National Trust's pricing policy is structured to make it a no-brainer to pay the annual £100, and that once you have paid, then prices like this show...More
Enjoyed a few hours exploring these amazing rocks, a great afternoon out and it was good to see all ages enjoying these strange rocks. Good also to watch a pottery demonstration at the visitors centre. There is also a shop and kiosk selling soup, cakes...More
The scenery is incredible, amazing rock formations that are unique to this area. Can spend a good few hours walking around and the views are spectacular.
The only sting in the tail is once again the National Trust Monopolizing nature. £6 for 4 hours parking,...More