Definition of nature trail in English:

nature trail

noun

  • A path through a forest or countryside designed to draw attention to natural features.

    • ‘From town it's about a 2km walk to the nature trail.’
    • ‘Back at the school the pupils put the information together, drew a map of the walk, picked out the place-names associated with trees and finally devised the actual nature trail.’
    • ‘After learning about natural history from a Victorian perspective, the youngsters went on a nature trail around Coate Water.’
    • ‘The park also has a nature trail and picnic area.’
    • ‘The race is in its eighth year and follows tracks through a nature trail.’
    • ‘Once at the forest a local guide will help you follow a nature trail which concludes with a picnic on one of Pemba's most stunning stretches of beach.’
    • ‘As well as walking the nature trail, children and adults joined in a clean-up of the Thames foreshore.’
    • ‘A brand new nature trail has been set up at Stanton Park Nature Reserve.’
    • ‘A nature trail rings the 17 acres that make up Welcome Valley Village.’
    • ‘There's another dead tree along the nature trail.’
    • ‘You could also take a break and go for a swim in the company pool, jog on the company track, or hike along the company nature trail.’
    • ‘The route has now been identified as the local nature trail, just a stone's throw from the sometimes congested town and yet in a world of its own.’
    • ‘Vandil, which means butterfly in the local tongue, is also the name given to a nature trail laid out to educate youngsters about Nature and the need to conserve it.’
    • ‘The centre, which will include a nature trail, tea rooms and a nursery, was given planning permission last year.’
    • ‘Instead, I took another walk, this time along a little nature trail.’
    • ‘Meditation classes, including stress classes, would be expanded and it was hoped to encourage schools to visit the centre and use a nature trail around the garden.’
    • ‘There was also a two-mile walk which included a family nature trail.’
    • ‘A peaceful nature trail of undulating, gentle slopes, beneath spreading branches of red cedar and mahogany, connects the Diamond Falls and Baths to the sugar mill.’
    • ‘Further north there is also a nature trail that passes through nearby Sea Wood.’
    • ‘Its mile-long nature trail - frequented by elk and deer too - provides visitors with an easy 30-minute scenic hike.’
    • ‘They were riding their horses on a nature trail behind their neighborhood.’

Pronunciation

nature trail

/ˈneɪtʃər ˌtreɪl//ˈnāCHər ˌtrāl/