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footpath

noun as in pathway

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Many trail runs, at least in the United States, stay on wide, rolling footpaths that have relatively smooth surfaces, perhaps with an occasional small rock, log, or root to navigate over or around.

We waited for a park ranger to vacate the turnout, then crossed the road and scrambled over a granite ledge, where we found an unmarked but well-trodden footpath that wound up the hillside.

Imagine running on a cement footpath, and then suddenly through dry sand.

A single winding footpath leads to the grim old gateway, and we rang the bell many times before the custodian admitted us.

He chose the footpath alongside the low wall of the garden, but stopped at the angle where the wild mallow grew.

As we went by the footpath and beside the gate-posts and the unfinished lodge, we kept looking back at the house of my fathers.

This time I turned up the small footpath, of which I have already spoken.

They both turned into the footpath which led to the farm and stile.

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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to footpath, such as: walkway, path, track, and trail.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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