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trailhead

[treyl-hed] /ˈtreɪlˌhɛd/
noun
1.
the point where a trail starts.
Origin
1945-1950
1945-50; trail + head
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  • The utility workers heard two loud booms in quick succession as they approached the trailhead.
  • Watch for trailhead parking on the east side of the road.
  • At the trailhead she sets off at a double-espresso pace.
  • Parking is available at the trailhead, and it's approximately a one-mile walk each way to the waterfall from the parking area.
  • All trails and backcountry campsites in the area have been closed and a warning sign has been posted on the trailhead.
  • The trailhead to the arch begins at the ranch, but plan to make this three-mile round trip on an early summer morning.
  • The cave is a short walk from a well-marked trailhead.
  • When you camp at or near a trailhead, you won't have to spend time driving in the morning before getting on your bike.
  • If you plan to camp overnight, you need to self-register at the trailhead and carry a copy of the completed permit with you.
  • Done wrong, you get no farther than the trailhead, where you're stuck cleaning soot out of your camp stove.

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