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The Trans Pennine Trail is the first long distance multi-user trail in the UK. Stretching the breadth of Northern England, from the Irish Sea to the North Sea, it is a journey of 215 miles. Added to this are the north / south route options, between Leeds, York and Chesterfield, making a round trip 350 miles of signed route to follow along a mixture of well surfaced canal and railway paths, tracks and bridleways, footpaths, cycle lanes and minor roads. 

Much of the route provides relatively easy access for trail users with disabilities and long sections are completely traffic-free and ideal for families with children.

Further information on the Trans Pennine Trail

Information courtesy of the Trans Pennine Trail Project

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