trail rope

trail rope

n
1. (Aeronautics) another name for dragrope2
2. (Military) a long rope formerly used for various military purposes, esp to allow a vehicle, horses, or men to pull a gun carriage
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Active recreation enthusiasts find plenty of attractions in the restored Piszczele Sandomierz Park which features hiking trails, cycle paths, a skate park, a basketball court, gazebos, safe bonfire pits and the Tarzan trail rope park.
As the airship descended he threw out his trail rope and, like a trained landing party, the cricketers and spectators rushed forward and hauled down the balloon.
"The glide path was smooth, they released the trail rope at 4,000ft and dropped gently back to earth.
"The glide path was smooth, they released the trail rope at 4,000 feet and dropped gently back to earth."
Lucy Buffet's Lulu's to open a Sky Trail ropes course
Families with kids ages 8+ can explore the six-story Sky Trail ropes course, the zip-line across the Oklahoma River, high-speed slides, climbing walls, bicycle pump tracks and more, including whitewater rafting in Riversport Rapids.
They are known to trail ropes in front of whaling ships to snare the propellers, sometimes tearing them off completely.