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.
He and his partner, Oliver Loving, established perhaps the most important and heavily traveled cattle trail in the American west.
You're not likely to mistake any other animal sign for a deer trail, unless it's a cattle trail in a pasture.
Hearty flavors were a man's best friend on the cattle trail, but now here I am putting that all together for my friends [at Kessler Canyon]."
Near where I sat, I could see an old cattle trail winding down the slope.
The brainchild of Tyne Valley-based businesswoman Lesley Gosling, the series concentrates on Northumberland's lesserknown places and includes The Corn Road from Hexham to Alnmouth: The 18th Century Newcastle Bypass; Big Skies and Barbarians: From Corbridge up the North Tyne Valley, and the one we'd chosen to head out on, The Coast, the Country and the Cattle Trail: From Alnwick to Warkworth (the very long way round).
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.
Adrenaline levels soar among the members of my research team from the Wildlife Institute of India as we bounce along an old cattle trail. Our destination: a spot where I had set rubber- padded, foot-hold traps in an area of northwestern India called Kutch, where there have been reports of wolf activity.
Blazing the Old Cattle Trail. Saskatoon: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1962.