No way - the one above is a path made by a builder, hoggin and side boards and hardcore and so on. It still needs weeding and the moss loves it.
In the wood the paths are of grass or wood chippings so need mowing and renewing all the time.
By the pond in the boggy area I put down a stone chipping path which sank into the bog without trace. So I had to build a wooden boardwalk with old scaffolding planks. No doubt one day I will walk along it and disappear into the mire up to my knees, (or just disappear).
On other paths and around the veg and fruit beds I have used slate chippings but even this needs weeding and topping up.
Then around the house we have stone paving which needs power washing and weeding and repointing.
Finally from the house to the cattle grid is tarmac. Great you say, at least that is the real thing - BUT - needs sweeping and the moss is staring to make an appearance.
This whole problem is known as Path Entropy - each path has an inborn programme to return to jungle.
So, unless you slave away, there is little chance of leading anyone up the garden p...!