My horse was traveling practically unguided as I knew that I had probably less knowledge of the exact location of the trail
to the pass than he, and thus it happened that he entered a defile which led to the summit of the range and not to the pass which I had hoped would carry me to the valley and to safety.
In an hour he struck the trail
again, and coming to earth examined the soil minutely.
His judgment told him the natural trail
for a quarry to follow, so that he need but note the most apparent marks upon the way, and today the trail
of Toog was as plain to him as type upon a printed page to you or me.
The water soon flowed into its bed again, but watching the ground on either side, the foresters pursued their way content with knowing that the trail
The horse, with a shrill neigh of terror, shrank sideways almost upon the Belgian, the lion dragged the helpless Arab from his saddle, and the horse leaped back into the trail
and fled away toward the west.
Slowly the gray light came stealing through the gloom, imperceptibly at first, so that it was almost with surprise that they noticed the vague loom of the trail
Majestic and terrible, regally careless of his surroundings, the king of beasts strode down the beaten trail
I, too, go on and on, because I am strong on the trail
and because I am greatly paid.
Now, I, Little Foot, come to the rock," said Mowgli, running up his trail
For the pride of trace and trail
was his, and, sick unto death, he could not bear that another dog should do his work.
This was the matter: the trail
of the young man had abruptly ended, and all beyond was smooth, unbroken snow.
About midnight, feeling satisfied that they had gained a secure distance, they posted one of their number to keep watch, in case the enemy should follow on their trail
, and then, turning abruptly into a dense and matted thicket of willows, halted for the night at the foot of the mountain, instead of making for the summit, as they had originally intended.