Walk: Trans Pennine Trail

in Hessle in Hornsea in Hull in Selby

The Trans Pennine Trail is a long-distance path running from Southport on the West coast to Hornsea on the East Coast, across Northern England entirely on surfaced paths and using only gentle gradients.

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The Route

  • Start Point: Southport
  • Finish Point: Hornsea
  • Distance: 208 Miles

GPX Route Map

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Walk Description

The main west–east trail starts at Southport, then heads south through the suburbs of Liverpool, through Widnes, Warrington, Manchester, Stockport and Hadfield. It then crosses the Peak District, heading up the Longdendale valley via the Longdendale Trail to Woodhead, then down through Dunford Bridge and Penistone, Doncaster, Selby, Hessle, Hull and Hornsea.

This route covers 207 miles (333.1 km). Between Southport and Selby it is National Cycle Network, Route 62 and from Selby to Hornsea, NCN Route 65.

Related Accommodation

Picture of The George Inn

The George Inn

Market Place, Selby, YO8 4NS, United Kingdom

Caravan & Camping/Glamping at Burton Constable Holiday Park

The Old Lodges, Coniston Road, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU11 4PG, United Kingdom
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The Hayloft

Stanley lodge 23 Westgate, Hornsea, HU18 1BP, United Kingdom

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