trailhead

[treyl-hed]
noun
the point where a trail starts.

Origin:
1945–50; trail + head

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Example sentences
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.
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