what is an unblazed trail?

asked May 25, 2014 in Camping by anonymous

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The term unblazed trail comes from a 1923 movie of the same name.  It could also have referred to The Road Less Traveled.  In either case, the term refers to cutting one's own path.  To making your way (weather metaphorically, or physically) down your own path.
answered May 25, 2014 by SwensonM
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