A designated pathway made across a landscape (usually, but not always outside of urban areas). Many current hiking trails were initially formed by the passage of people or animals, and were often dependent on the location of water sources. Modern hiking trails/tracks have now been formed and maintained by various government and volunteer groups. Some Australia better known examples include the Bibbulmun Track, the Larapinta Trail, or the Australian Alps Walking Track.

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