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Triangular blaze indicating a left turn in Harriman State Park, New York
Camp Alice Trailhead on the Mountains-to-sea Trail.
Symbols commonly used in trail blazing in the United States. Turn signals are often non-directional—one blaze is placed directly above the other.
Blaze-style plastic sign nailed to Aspen tree on the Superior Hiking Trail near Duluth, Wisconsin
Trail blaze on Australian bushwalking track.
A typical white blaze along the Appalachian Trail in Pennsylvania.
Tourist trail signs for cycling (top) and hiking (bottom) in the Czech Republic.
An historical trail marker on the Pacific Crest Trail in Oregon
An official NYSDEC marker in Catskill Park. Note protruding nail to allow for tree growth.
Left turn marker on a blue marked trail in the Czech Republic.
Handmade sign marking the eastern end of the Finger Lakes Trails in the Catskill Park, New York