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Trans Pennine Trail

Sheffield, England
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I don't cycle, but have walked a fair amount of the TPT with/ my dog, its great to know that you... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2017
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The Trans Pennine runs from the east to west coast. Linking up with numerous other tracks and is... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2017
Steven F
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“penistone” (5 reviews)
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Reviewed 16 April 2017

I don't cycle, but have walked a fair amount of the TPT with/ my dog, its great to know that you won't have to worry about any cars and motor bikes. The terrain is varied and passes through woodland, golf courses etc.

Thank hattysouthYorkshire
Reviewed 16 April 2017 via mobile

The Trans Pennine runs from the east to west coast. Linking up with numerous other tracks and is part of the national cycle path. Choose your distance and enjoy a traffic free ride. It's brilliant. Finally lottery money well spent.

1  Thank Steven F
Reviewed 2 March 2017

The TPT is an amazing free resource. I feel so lucky to have the trail pass my house meaning wonderful walking and cycling. in South Yorkshire it criss crosses with the many cycle paths. I have cycled Wortley to Dunford Bridge and back several times...More

1  Thank Newt0n7
Reviewed 5 October 2016 via mobile

Visited the website and found out a free car park and managed a spot although it is so tiny!! The trail is a good walk, it was a warm day so very busy with cyclists and dog walkers like ourselves. Could do with cyclists sticking...More

Thank JadeyJ15
Reviewed 2 October 2016

The Trans Pennine Trail runs right by where we live so, as I have been walking a lot lately I have used it a lot. Both local trips and some longer ones (across the Pennines from Penistone to Stockport and from Leeds to Barnsley). It...More

Thank KeithJenner
Reviewed 5 June 2016

I love this walk because it's good signposted and very good accessible. It's also easy and good for any age and experience,

Thank Dariusz S
Reviewed 18 December 2015

Trans Pennine Trail is connecting West and East shores of England. The central part of it is running through Sheffield, part of it just on the back of my house. I walked some part of it and can say this is great attractions for walkers...More

1  Thank Dariusz S
Reviewed 7 October 2015

This is the best way to cycle this route, as others have said it is slightly uphill this way but makes it much easier on the way back. Have cycled this route many times and never tire of the route.Once past Penistone the route becomes...More

Thank paulcarol2015
Reviewed 7 October 2015

Have cycled and walked this many times, a few with my son - thoroughly enjoyable and scenic..nice picnic spots along the route.

Thank Donna B
Reviewed 16 September 2015 via mobile

By cycle starting from the car park at Dunford Bridge the trail is slightly down hill for 10 miles until you reach Wortley. Beware, if you then turn round and do the reverse trip the trip feels much steeper. None of the mud from previous...More

Thank Davidwilliamss1
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