pathless

[path-lis, pahth-]
adjective
trackless; untrodden: a pathless forest.

Origin:
1585–95; path + -less

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path (pɑːθ)
 
n , pl paths
1.  a road or way, esp a narrow trodden track
2.  a surfaced walk, as through a garden
3.  the course or direction in which something moves: the path of a whirlwind
4.  a course of conduct: the path of virtue
5.  computing the directions for reaching a particular file or directory, as traced hierarchically through each of the parent directories usually from the root; the file or directoryand all parent directories are separated from one another in the path by slashes
 
[Old English pæth; related to Old High German, German Pfad]
 
'pathless
 
adj

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Reaching some areas requires a boat trip of several days or strenuous hikes through pathless wilderness.
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