Hull to Hornsea Rail Trail
Welcome to Hull to Hornsea Rail Trail
The Hull to Hornsea Rail Trail is part of the Trans Pennine Trail. The start of the trail at Hornsea can be found near the promenade, where there is an artfully designed wall to commemorate the start (or finish) of the trail. The trail can be easily accessed in two places in Hull, either on Robson Way, or at Kestrel Avenue in Sutton-on-Hull.
There are two sections of the Hull to Hornsea Rail Trail registered as Local Nature Reserves. The old Sigglesthorne Station at Great Hatfield (on the north side of where the trail crosses Sigglesthorne Road) and Southorpe (south of where the trail crosses Hull Road extending to Goxhill).
The Trans Pennine Trail itself extends from Hornsea on the East Coast to Southport on the West Coast of England, linking many major towns and cities along the way. View the full trail and more information on the Trans Pennine Trail website.
Code of Conduct
You are welcome to visit this rail trail on foot, with your bike or on a horse.. Please note that we do not allow camping, barbeques, or motorbikes. You can bring your dog but you should pick up after it and it should be kept under close control. Not everyone is comfortable around dogs so please be aware of this when exercising your animal.
If you are Cyclist or a horserider using the trail it is important that you ride sensibly for the ground conditions and adjust your speed when close to walkers and dogs.
Rail trails are wonderful green corridors and a special places for wildlife, please help keep them beautiful by picking up litter and avoid disturbing wildflowers.