The pathless path, as it is known in India, starts anywhere and leads everywhere.
Between Rede and Tyne is a pathless solitude of moor and fell.
The dreary vacuity of weakness is like a wide and pathless waste.
He sought a pathless thicket, / but yet it could not be, As bruin fondly hoped it, / that from the hunter he was free.
I rambled again in the pathless woods with my rifle on my shoulder.
The forest is pathless and dense with June undergrowth, shutting out the sun and all sign of direction.
Byron in Childe Harold sings: "There is a pleasure in the pathless woods."
Nathless he surrendered empire true to faith and plighted word, Lived for years in pathless forests Indra-prastha's mighty lord!
There were acres of bushes beyond, thick and pathless, all theirs to choose from.
Of Mrs. Eddy it could be said that she has brought her people out of the land of Egypt into a pathless wilderness.