Signposted Entrance to Trail
Bottom of Station Road
Once divided between Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cheshire, the village of Mossley heralds back to Roman and Stone Age Times. The boom in wool and cotton during the Industrial Revolution brought links to Uppermill via the River Tame, Huddersfield Narrow Canal and the now disused railway line. This leafy route steadily meanders its way up the valley on the old railway line, with a midway stop for a well earned rest.