Summer Opening Times - April 1st to October 24th: 8am - 10pm
Winter Opening Times - October 25th to 31st March: 8am - 5pm
Harrison's Rocks belong to the BMC. Popular with groups and becoming well worn in places. Please use soft-soled shoes (preferably climbing shoes) and clean your feet on a carpet or mat before climbing. There are large bolts above most climbs and a 3m length of static rope should be adequate to ensure your belay karabiner hangs over the edge of the crag to avoid damage to the rock from moving ropes. please avoid climbing on wet rock.
The car park is pay and display and belongs to Forestry England.
Cars: £1/hour, £4/Day.
Forestry England offers a "Discovery Pass" See their website http://www.forestry.gov.uk/pass.
Camping is currently not available.
The rocks are often crowded on warm weekends. Please help to avoid further damage to the crag. If you witness poor belaying, please advise on the correct method. Ropes running over the edge of the rock will destroy the crag so please bring long slings with you. Wipe your feet before you climb, and avoid climbing on wet rock.
Take the road S from Groombridge, past the old station on the left. Take the R fork; 200m further turn R again down a narrow lane signposted "Birchden Wood and Harrisons Rocks". Please see car parking above.
From the car park, various footpaths lead in a southerly direction to the crag - about 10 minutes walk.