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Complete Path Travel

Complete path travel includes a variety of strategies for moving through the world in a manner that allows the traveler to more closely engage their surroundings by using means of self-controlled, and often times self-propelled, means of transportation. Popular complete path transportation methods include the bicycle, walking, trekking and other forms of self-propelled locomotion.

The main benefit of complete path travel is that the traveler has more control over their own velocity, can alter their course en-route, and can virtually stop wherever they please. This type of travel is often thought to be at odds with point to point travel, which is often manifested in using public transportation where you get on at point A and are shuttled to point B without being able to engage the area you travel through more than looking the window at it.