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Welcome to the Trans Pennine Trail

A national coast to coast route for recreation and transport – for walkers, cyclists and (in parts) horse riders

Welcome

A national coast to coast route for recreation and transport – for walkers, cyclists and (in parts) horse riders

Trans Pennine Trail maps and guides

TPT Map 1: West Irish Sea – YorkshireMap 1: West Irish Sea – Yorkshire

Route: Southport to RSPB Old Moor, Barnsley (via Liverpool, Stockport and Penistone) including our new link to Kirkburton.
Distance: 120 miles, mostly traffic-free.
Scale: 1: 50,000
Updated: February 2015 (ISBN 978 095 3227778)
Price £5.95 (excl. postage)

Irish Sea – Yorkshire: this map covers the Western Section of the Trans Pennine Trail, from the Victorian seaside town of Southport on the Irish Sea and the City of Liverpool, to the mid-point of the Trail at Old Moor Wetland Centre, near Barnsley.

The Western section includes the Liverpool Loop line and the Cheshire Lines path, the Mersey Valley and passes through the Peak District National Park, and the market town of Penistone at the eastern foot of the Pennines. The map shows clearly the walking, cycling and (where available) horse riding route of the Trail.


Map 2: Central Derbyshire and Yorkshire

TPT Map 2: Central Derbyshire and YorkshireRoute: Leeds to Chesterfield and Penistone to Sprotbrough
Distance: Leeds to Chesterfield 70 miles. Penistone to Sprotbrough 21 miles. Much of the Trail is traffic-free.
Scale: 1:50,000
Updated: February 2015 (ISBN 978 095 3227785)
Price £5.95 (excl. postage)

Derbyshire and Yorkshire: this map covers the Central area of the Trans Pennine Trail including the north-south section of the Trail between the lively city of Leeds and the Derbyshire market town of Chesterfield. This also shows a portion of the east-west route from Penistone to the village of Sprotbrough near Doncaster.

This section of the route covers an amazing range of sights and scenes as the Trail passes through countryside, towns and cities of the North of England; on historic railway routes, packhorse trails and canal towpaths; woodland bridleways and riverside paths.


Map 3: East Yorkshire – North Sea

Route: RSPB Old Moor, Barnsley to Hornsea (via Selby and Hull). Plus the Selby to York link
Distance: 107 miles. plus 15 miles on the York-Selby link. Much of the Trail is traffic-free.
Scale: 1:50,000
Updated: February 2015 (ISBN 978 095 3227792)
Price £5.95 (excl. postage)

Yorkshire – North Sea: this map covers the Eastern Section of the Trans Pennine Trail, from the mid-point of the Trail at Old Moor Wetland Centre, near Barnsley to the great port of Kingston upon Hull and on to the seaside town of Hornsea. This map also covers the northern extension from Selby to York and shows a walking, cycling and (where available) horse riding route.


Accommodation and Visitor Guide

An entirely new offical guide to the Trans Pennine Trail featuring:

  • Full colour 1:75,000 mapping showing route opionts for Cyclists, Walkers and Horse-Riders
  • Street-level mapping for main towns and cities along the way, including Southport,Liverpool, Widnes, Stockport, Penistone, Doncaster, Chesterfield, Sheffield, Leeds, Selby, Hull and Hornsea.
  • Numerous colour images
  • Route navigation notes.
  • Sleeping, eating and sightseeing suggestions cross-referenced to the mapping.

One of the ‘Ultimate’ series of guides from Excellent Books.

The 4th edition of this guide (revised and updated in 2017).

Price £9.95 (excl. postage)

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