News from the Trail

News from the Trail

Trail news

Jo Brand embarked on a 7 day challenge today to walk 150 miles of the Trans Pennine Trail, from Hull to Liverpool, in aid of Sport Relief. Jo will ...
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If you are planning a journey along the Pennine Bridleway on horseback read on...I was recently made aware of a fabulous group of 3 ladies, who had ...
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Cyclist on Ling Gill Bridge
The Pennine Bridleway offers life-changing opportunities to explore the wonderful landscape of the Pennines by bike, horse or on foot. The trail is ...
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We are happy to report that the map of the Pennine Bridleway included on the website has now been updated.  This means that the gpx line is also ...
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The popular "Try a Trail by Bike" circular day rides for mountain bikers are still available on this new website.  These can be ...
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Whilst the Pennine Bridleway was officially opened in June 2012 there are still a couple of places where the linear route has not been completed.  ...
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Nook - buildings on the Calder Aire link
In addition to the main National Trail route from Derbyshire to Cumbria work has also been progressing on key link routes. The 17 mile Calder Aire ...
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The Peak District National Park Authority is to exclude trail-bikes, quad-bikes and 4x4s from the Roych, a 3.5km section of the Pennine Bridleway, ...
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