Trans Pennine Trail (West)

National Route 56National Route 62

Route: Southport to Penistone via Liverpool and Stockport.

Distance: 96 miles, mostly traffic-free.

Although signed as part of the National Cycle Network, the Trans Pennine Trail is a separately managed and funded project. The Trans Pennine Trail Project have published 3 maps to the Trail. The Western section includes the Liverpool Loop line and the Cheshire Lines path and passes through the Peak District National park.

Longendale Sign inset in a rock

Published 2015 by Trans Pennine Trail Project: Buy the official RPN08A Trans Pennine Trail West cycle route map.

Links to the Trans Pennine Trail (Central), Trans Pennine Trail (East), Pennine Cycleway (Peak District), and Pennine Cycleway (South Pennines).

Further information is available on the Trans Pennine Trail website.

This route contains a Sustrans Greener Greenway

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Latitude: 
53.573753641342805
Longitude: 
-2.530975779296911
Zoom level: 
10

This section of the Trans Pennine Trail travels between Southport and Penistone via Liverpool and Stockport. The Western section includes the Liverpool Loop line and the Cheshire Lines path and passes through the Peak District National park.

Length: 
96 miles

This section of the Trans Pennine Trail travels between Southport and Penistone via Liverpool and Stockport. The Western section includes the Liverpool Loop line and the Cheshire Lines path and passes through the Peak District National park.