Other attractions/things to see and do

Outwood Trail
• Outwood Viaduct
• Cycling - Route is part of the National Cycle Network
• Horse Riding path
• Scout camp
• Picnic area
• Wildlife interest


Millennium Woodland


Car Parking


The bus route that passes near to the park is number 93

Traveline North West
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Cycling in Greater Manchester

Events along the Trail

Outwood Trail

This old colliery site now offers sixty hectares of woodland.  The trail itself is based on a section of disused railway and forms part of the National Cycle Network.


The Millennium Woodland

The Millennium Wood is a landmark countryside project which will create a new woodland on 35 hectares of land within the Outwood Community Parkland at Outwood near to Radcliffe.

The project is a community effort involving schools, youth groups, volunteers and professional contractors working together to produce a new woodland for the community on land which was formally occupied by colliery oil tips, railway sidings, stock yards and a power station.

The project will involve a significant amount of new tree planting, but equally important is the need to establish a woodland which is safe, welcoming and accessible to the public, and with this in mind a number of new feeder paths have already been built to meet up with the Outwood Trail, forming circular walks through the woodland.


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