a path through a forest, wildlife preserve, or the like, especially one designed to provide opportunities for observing and learning about the flora and fauna.
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- nature conservancy council,
- nature reserve,
- nature strip,
- nature study,
- nature walk,
- nature worship,
- nature's call,
- nature-nurture controversy,
Origin of nature trail
First recorded in 1925–30
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a path through countryside designed and usually signposted to draw attention to natural features of interest
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