Yesterday, we had a trip to Nidderdale in the Yorkshire Dales to explore Brimham Rocks.
As this information board explains, the rocks here were formed from Millstone Grit millions of years ago.
The site is now run by the National Trust and is a favourite for families. Children and adults alike enjoy climbing the rocks, which range from quite easy to extremely challenging.
There's some very funny shaped rocks too.
Some rocks look as though they've been placed on top of others, but this is the way that they were formed.
It's a large area, and there's a circular walk which will take you right the way round the rocks, but you can also stray off the pathway and make up your own route.
The scenery is quite spectacular too, with views over Nidderdale.
The area is known for bilberries, small very dark blue berries which, as it happens, are ripe at the moment. We couldn't go home without foraging for some, there were plenty to be had.
The downside of bilberry picking is the stains it leaves on hands.
Daniel and Eleanor went off for another climb before we headed home. My stomach would be churning if I'd got as high as they did, I don't have a head for heights.
All in all, a great day out, which I would certainly recommend if you're in the area, especially if you have children, young or old, they love it.