The Brimham Rocks are usually balancing rock structures on Brimham Moor in North Yorkshire, England. The rocks take a position at a height of just about 30 meters in a location owned by the National Trust that is a part of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The place is open all through the year; usually about 8 in the morning until dusk. Access is provided for free however vehicle parking is charged for visitors that are not members of the National Trust.
There are numerous variations of rock structures, due to the Millstone Grit becoming eroded by water, glaciations and also blowing wind, many of which are attained remarkable shapes. A number of formations are actually named; though imagination is used along with the proper checking angle is helpful. Good examples include the Sphinx, the Watchdog, the Camel, the Turtle and the Dancing Bear.