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There are many people who are unaware of what the Trail has to offer right on their doorstep, sometimes due to lack of information, a change in personal circumstances or lack of confidence.  The information in this section of the website begins to provide support in terms of information to enable visitors to independently access the Trail.

Although the whole of the Trans Pennine Trail (370+ miles) is not currently accessible work continues with our project partners to enhance opportunities to ensure the Trans Pennine Trail is accessible to everyone, including wheelchair users, families with pushchairs and young children, older people with limited mobility, people with visual or hearing impairments, people with learning disabilities, people recovering from mental health or physical health issues and anyone else who feels that they are not competent enough without a little more detailed information.

To help plan your rail journey and get live train running times, accessibility, and facility info please visit Trainline at:

If you have any further suggestions on how we can improve or expand this area of the website then please do get in touch with us:

Trans Pennine Trail National Office, P O Box 597, Barnsley, S70 9EW
Telephone – 01226 772574
Email Address –
Facebook – Trans Pennine Trail National Office
Twitter – TPT_National

Longdendale Access Project

Pat and Bryan’s story has helped our Partners right across the Trans Pennine Trail network to see how changes can make the route more accessible. Take a look at what they've helped to accomplish.

Accessible Venues

Here is a list of Accessible Venues across TPT

Useful Links for Information

Check our useful links regarding accessibility 

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