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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 part) horse riders

Welcome to the Trans Pennine Trail

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

Welcome

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

East

Doncaster 

Between Conisbrough Viaduct and Rainbow Bridge: The trail will be closed between Conisbrough Viaduct and Rainbow bridge between May 13th and 15th whilst an electricity pole is removed. See plan here showing the extent of the closure and an alternative route. (May, 2024)

Between York Road and Melton Road: Work to improve a section of the Trans Pennine Trail between York Road and Melton Road (Bentley, Roman Ridge and Sprotbrough) begins on Tuesday 27th February 2024 through until the end of May 2024.

The improvements include installing a sealed surface and widening along a much-used section of Trans Pennine Trail that is popular with walkers, cyclists and equestrian users. There will also be improvements to access controls, new wayfinding and seating.

The work will be done on weekdays and is being split into two sections to limit disruption as much as possible. When a section is closed for construction to take place, a signed diversion route will be in place.

The entire route will be open at weekends, although the ground may be uneven whilst the work is in progress and so caution is advised.
Section 1: Between York Road and Anchorage Lane: work begins 27th February until complete.
Section 2: Between Anchorage Lane and Melton Road: work will begin on this section when section 1 is complete.

View the diversion map at www.doncaster.gov.uk/services/culture-leisure-tourism/public-rights-of-way-temporary-closures

York

Appleton Court to The Orchard, Bishopthorpe:  We have been advised of a closure of the York Selby path between Appleton Court in Bishopthorpe and The Orchard in Bishopthorpe.  This is due to a mains water leak which is an issue in other parts of the village too.  Yorkshire Water are on site but the path will remain closed until the water subsides.  A diversion is being put in place. (December 8, 2023)

Hull

Drypool Bridge, We have been advised that Drypool Bridge, on the TPT cycle route through Hull is closed to motorists for two weeks. It remains OPEN to both pedestrians and cyclists. More information on the closure can be found at: https://news.hull.gov.uk/12/04/2024/drypool-bridge-update-on-closure/ (15th April 2024)

 
 
East Riding

Landing Lane to Barmby on the Marsh – Please be aware there may be cows grazing. Take care when approaching and please ensure you keep dogs under close control. (Updated January 15th 2024)

 

Interactive Map

See our interactive mapping for detailed route alignment and route diversions.

Distances

Using the tables below you can work out how far you want to go on the TPT. 

Useful Links for Information

Check our useful links regarding accessibility 

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