Definition of trailhead
: the point at which a trail begins
Examples of trailhead in a Sentence
The hikers met at the trailhead at 8 a.m.
Recent Examples of trailhead from the Web
After two nights at the base camp, the seven participating Scouts and five adult leaders were transported to the trailhead at Six Mile Gate to embark on an 11-day, 120-mile hike carrying 40-pound backpacks.
The trailhead is at Milepost 339.5 near Spruce Pine.
Breining once fielded an unexpected call from a woman who wanted a pickup at a trailhead.
The southern trailhead is around 5 miles from San Diego Zoo Safari Park in San Pasqual.
The trailhead is at the San Andres kiosk in Del Mar. The selfie spot is the Old Grand Avenue Overlook Bridge.
Trailheads leading into the Dredge Lakes area in Juneau have been closed due to a bear attack on a dog and its owner, who walked away without injuries, a wildlife official said.
Kalaloch and Ozette are open, including all roads, campgrounds and trailheads.
The trailhead isn't marked, but the trail itself is visible, snaking north through the grass, next to a series of wooden posts.
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: the beginning of a trail through a forest
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