cattle trail

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Noun1.cattle trail - a trail over which cattle were driven to marketcattle trail - a trail over which cattle were driven to market
trail - a path or track roughly blazed through wild or hilly country
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Lying low against their horses' necks, they scrambled up a steep cattle trail out of the canyon, and began to work across rough country toward the knolls.
You're not likely to mistake any other animal sign for a deer trail, unless it's a cattle trail in a pasture.
Near where I sat, I could see an old cattle trail winding down the slope.
The Coast, the Country and the Cattle Trail starts at Alnwick Castle's gatehouse and ends at Warkworth's equally fine medieval fortress some hours later via Eglingham, Chillingham, Chatton, Holy Island (tides permitting, of course) Bamburgh, Seahouses, Beadnell, Low Newton-by-the-Sea, Craster, Howick and Alnmouth.
Go straight and level on a faint cattle trail amid ponderosa pines.
The judge's storytelling side-kick all began in 1988, when he first learned of a coast- to-coast ride following an old cattle trail, and trotted next to a 72-year-old fourth-generation Florida rancher who mesmerized him with stories from the 1800s.
ORIGINALLY a resting point on a cattle trail from Scotland to England, the Drover's Inn is proud of its heritage.
Believing there is a fortune to be made and intrigued by the potential for adventure, Call persuades Gus to embark the adventure of a lifetime - a 2600-head cattle trail to Montana.
The two-week, trans-Andean ride, dubbed "The Butch & Sundance Trail" because its destination is the ranch of the famous North American bandits Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, ascends into the Andes on an old cattle trail along the Manso River, a route pioneered by Jesuit missionaries in the early 1700s.
Grass-fed longhorn beef extends the cattle trail to give Arlington a true taste of Texas
The route follows the old Cox Cattle Trail, originally blazed in 1873, to the Kansas Pacific Railhead in Ellsworth.