After a sunny trot in Harrogate, Charlie drove us to Brimham Rocks, an area owed by National Trust which is part of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. I felt like I was back in time, somewhere in an ancient city. The rocks, just like many other caves and carvings in this country, are associated with druids, known as priests who carried out religious rituals in Iron Age Britain. Very atmospheric place!
Quite an amazing setting for a day out! We didn’t exactly have the whole day, but I think we spent there a good couple of hours climbing the rocks and enjoying panorama of the countryside.
The more we climbed, the more we wanted to conquer the rocks that were particularly high.
My footwear nor my whole outfit was very suitable for rock climbing, but sometimes I am a reckless person…
This rock was especially scary to climb up! This is just a fraction of what the rock was really like, but I braved to climb it to the very top. Tricky, but doable.
And the views were absolutely stunning!
I still can’t believe these are natural rock formations, balancing each other at the height of 30 meters.
Totally worth visiting!