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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

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

Central

Leeds

The towpath between Fishponds Lock and Woodlesford Lock is to be closed during October and November 2018 as a result of dredging works on the Aire & Calder Navigation.  Whilst these works are being carried out pedestrians using the towpath will be able to cross over at the locks and use the path on the opposite side. Details of route closure https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/notice/13319/from-fishpond-to-woodlesford-lock (Updated 21st August 2018)

Sheffield

East Coast Road to Stevenson Road will be closed for works from 3rd September 2018 to 19th October 2018.  Please see attached Closure and diversion plan.  Note – this closure is for the Trans Pennine Trail, not just a footpath as indicated on the attached. (Updated 8th August 2018)

Europa Link –  A section of the Trail has been closed for engineering works.  A signed diversion in place locally as shown on the plan Sheffield Diversion (Updated 21st August 2018)

Barnsley

Penistone – National Grid are carrying out major maintenance work on  the high voltage pylon line across the borough over the next 6 months. At Springvale this requires scaffolding and width restriction on the TPT next to the railway line.  For around 20 metres the available width may be down to 2 metres so please ‘share with care’. (Updated 26th February)

Dunford Bridge – Please be aware that contractors will be on and around the Trans Pennine Trail to undertake ground investigation works from 3rd September 2018 for a duration of three weeks.  Banksmen will be in operation and the route will remain open during this period. (Updated 29th August 2018)

Thurgoland Tunnel – Please be aware the lights are currently out, Barnsley Council are aware and working to get them fixed as soon as possible. In the meantime please take care when you are passing. (Updated 4th October 2018)

 

Google Maps

View the Accessibility mapping of the TPT.(Using Google Maps)

Places on the trail

Explore some of the hundreds of attractions along the route.

Useful Links for Information

Check our useful links regarding accessibility 

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