- From - to: Hornsea to Middlesbrough
- Distance: 131 miles
- Terrain: Mostly on-road, with two traffic-free sections
- Current closures /diversions on this route
National Route 65 runs from Hornsea to Middlesbrough - signed in both directions - via Hull, Selby, York and Easingwold, as well as skirting the edge of the beautiful North York Moors National Park. From Selby to Hornsea, the route is part of the Trans Pennine Trail East.
There are two main traffic-free sections along the way; from Hull to Hornsea, and from Selby to York.
Please be aware parts of the Humber Bank path between North Ferriby and Hessle are very muddy.
Things to see and do
- Yorkshire Wolds, York & Hull
- Goldeneye North York Moors - Cycling Country Lanes
- Trans Pennine Trail East (Yorkshire - North Sea)
- West Yorkshire Cycle Map
- Way of the Roses Cycle Route Map.
The Trans Pennine Trail Route 65 from the Country Park pub at Hessle to Riverside Walkway at North Ferriby will be closed for emergency ground investigations and subsequent safety works by Network Rail from Monday 16th July. The closure is likely to last 6-12 months. The alternative route is via the roads and notices will be put up at all access points to the route.
Map shows the National Cycle Network and local routes in this area.
National Route 65 of the National Cycle Network runs from Hornsea to Middlesbrough and also forms a part of the Trans Pennine Trail (east) cycle route between Selby and Hornsea. The route is fully open and signed.