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A path is a route for physical travel – see Trail.

Path or PATH may also refer to:

Physical paths of different types[edit]

  • Bicycle path
  • Bridle path, used by people on horseback
  • Course (navigation), the intended path of a vehicle
  • Desire path, created by human or animal foot traffic
  • Footpath, intended for use only by pedestrians
  • Shared-use path, intended for multiple modes such as walking, bicycling, in-line skating or others
  • Sidewalk, a paved path along the side of a road
  • Hoggin, a buff-coloured gravel & clay pathway often seen in gardens of Stately Homes, Parks etc.
  • Trail, an unpaved lane or road

Mathematics, physics, and computing[edit]


Other uses[edit]

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