back country

noun
1.
a sparsely populated rural region remote from a settled area.
2.
Australian. a remote, undeveloped part of a large farm or cattle station.

Origin:
1740–50

back-country, adjective
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back country
 
n
(Austral), (NZ) land remote from a town or settled area

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Example sentences
Backcountry camping is allowed throughout the park's wilderness area.
Normally, a camper has to choose between the whimsy of cooking over an open
  fire and the efficiency of a backcountry stove.
OK, you've got one snowboard for the park and another for backcountry powder.
Several flavors of light sport aircraft range from planes capable of landing on
  water to those designed for backcountry runways.
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