Altitude 280m a.s.l
Left Wall E5 6a © Patrick Daniel
A spread out crag, with odd shaped pinnacles and a more traditional edge set low down to the west. Offwidths galore, the climbing can be brutal or delicate or both. Gets green, so get out there and do the routes. Excellent bouldering near the car park & spread out round the edges & pinnacles.
Crag updated in line with new YMC guide.
A lot of the more obscure bouldering has been excluded from the YMC guide so I have continued using the Cameron Duff Guide (Rockfax)
CD = Cameron Duff... Enjoy!
Cafe open on weekends and most of the summer months. No camping but small bunkhouse may be available - ask at the Nat. Trust office on site.
Dates: 27 March to 30 June
Reason: Nesting BirdsOwls occasionally nest in the Pig Traverse Area (they have nested 2022). Signage will be posted - please avoid this area if this is the case.
|Hi there, found a copy of Yorkshire Gritstone Bouldering at Brimham yesterday. Let me know if it's yours
Wjsingleton - 19/Sep/21
|Great place to a explore and some good lines, but as a seeker of the quieter crag I didn't enjoy sharing the place with so many people! Wasn't in the best condition this visit either.
Becks87 - 17/Aug/15
|Anybody left a rope at Brimham, found an abandoned one today, any takers?
Joshcastril - 02/May/15
|What are the best balancy slab climbs here? from lowest grade to about E1/E2? fairly thin but not awful as such? thanks
Sam Marks - 13/Jan/11
|If anyone`s planning a look at heart shaped slab then beware as there is what seems to be quite a few hornets hanging around, probably best left till it gets colder!
phleppy - 19/Aug/10
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