What is another word for trails?

Pronunciation: [tɹˈe͡ɪlz] (IPA)

Trails, also known as paths, tracks, or routes, are commonly traveled by hikers, bikers, and outdoor enthusiasts to explore the beauty of nature. These are often marked by signs, arrows, or blazes on trees indicating the direction to follow. Some trails are long and winding, while others are short and straightforward. They can be flat or rugged, easy or challenging, and present a range of experiences. Synonyms for trails are endless and include footpaths, walkways, corridors, alleys, passages, lanes, and byways. No matter what you call them, trails provide a sense of adventure, fitness, and relaxation for those who explore them.

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Usage examples for Trails

They had yet before them a month of travel to Mombasa and the road led through the charming but unhealthy forest of Taveta; but how much easier it was to travel now, with a numerous caravan well provided with everything and over familiar trails, than formerly to stray in the wilderness with only Kali and Mea.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
One day Kent and Polycarp met on the brink of a deep coulee, and, as is the way of men who ride the dim trails, they stopped to talk a bit.
"Lonesome Land"
B. M. Bower
I knew that where game trails are well marked on mountains one is certain to find a good crossing.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

Famous quotes with Trails

  • May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds.
    Edward Abbey
  • But it is obvious that our fathers, whose efforts have planted these great and prosperous cities along the once lonely trails of our own broad land, received all the fundamentals of civilization as a heritage from their European ancestors.
    James H. Breasted
  • Life... is not simply a series of exciting new ventures. The future is not always a whole new ball game. There tends to be unfinished business. One trails all sorts of things around with one, things that simply won't be got rid of.
    Anita Brookner
  • Happy trails to you, until we meet again.
    Dale Evans
  • The gap between the committed and the indifferent is a Sahara whose faint trails, followed by the mind's eye only, fade out in sand.
    Nadine Gordimer

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