It is well-known that if $S \gg \hbar$, then the classical path dominates the Feynman path integral. But is there some to show that if $S\gg\hbar$, then the particle's trajectory will approach the classical path?
Actually there is a very interesting approach followed by E.Gozzi and his students to express the transition probability in Classical Mechanics in terms of a path integral. He is currently studying the relation between MQ and CM using this approach.
You can take a look at his site : http://www-dft.ts.infn.it/~gozzi/, there you will find some interesting references.