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logo 地物: Hiking
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説明
ハイキングのためのタグ付、ポイント、領域、リレーションについての要約
タグ

このページは、ハイキングに関するタグ付、ポイント、エリアについてまとめたものです。 ルートに関しては Walking Routes を、地図を見るには Hiking Map を参照してください。

ウェイとポイントのタグ付

Values

Key Value Element Comment Photo

Ways

highway path
WAY
ハイキング路に使うのが望ましい。
photo guideは、タグ付の参考になるでしょう。
Mountain hiking.jpg
footway
WAY
歩行用の道路。
例: 歩行者 優先/専用。
Path-footdesignated.jpg
track
WAY
Rough roads normally used for agricultural or forestry uses etc. Use tracktype=* to describe the surface. 100px
ford yes NODE WAY 小川や川を横断するウエイ 100px

Attributes of ways

sac_scale (optional) hiking
mountain_hiking
demanding_mountain_hiking
alpine_hiking
demanding_alpine_hiking
difficult_alpine_hiking
WAY RELAZIONE ハイキングコースの難易度
trail_visibility (optional) excellent
good
intermediate
bad
horrible
no
WAY
This key describes attributes regarding trail visibility and orientation.
incline (optional) value%
up
down
WAY
For marking a way's incline (or steepness/slope).
傾斜の定義、登り下りの定義
tracktype (optional) grade1
grade2
grade3
grade4
grade5
WAY RELAZIONE Paved track
surface of gravel or densely packed dirt/sand
an even mixture of hard and soft materials
prominently dirt/sand/grass, but with some hard materials
only grass, sand and/or soil

Infrastructure

tourism alpine_hut
NODE
An alpine hut is a remote building located in the mountains intended to provide board and lodging. It is managed during the opening period. 100px
tourism wilderness_hut
NODE
A wilderness hut is a remote building with fireplace intended to provide shelter and sleeping accommodation. P1070254.jpg
amenity shelter
NODE
A small shelter against bad weather conditions. To additionally describe the kind of shelter use shelter_type=*. 100px
shelter_type (optional) basic_hut
NODE
A basic hut is a remote building intended to provide basic shelter and sleeping accommodation. BivaccoBertoglioNebbia.jpg
lean_to
NODE
A lean-to is a shed with typically three walls located in the countryside intended to provide shelter. Adirondack Lean-to.jpg
picnic_shelter
NODE
Structure on picnic sites to protect from rain. Normally open to all sides. Picnic shelter.jpg
rock_shelter
NODE
Shallow cave-like opening at the base of a bluff or cliff. Rock shelter Papula.jpg
tourism camp_site
NODE
Backcountry camping without facilities. The access is usually restricted to foot, bicycle, canoe or ski. Set backcountry=yes. Camping at Head of Fionn Loch - geograph.org.uk - 47709.jpg
tourism information
NODE
Information resource for tourists and visitors. To additionally describe the kind of information use information=*. Fleetwood tourist information centre - DSC06596.JPG
information (optional) board
NODE
案内板 Lechfall sign.jpg
map
NODE
案内板(地図) Information Map Type Topo.PNG
guidepost
NODE
標識/道標
参照 JA:Relation:destination sign
Signpost.jpg
amenity parking
NODE
駐車場。ここからハイキングを開始します。 :-) 100px
amenity bench
NODE
ベンチ Path with bench.jpg
amenity toilets
NODE
トイレ Edese Kuil toiletten.jpg
tourism picnic_site
NODE
野外で食事を取ることが出来る場所。ピクニックサイト。

 オプション: fireplace=yes (野外調理用の竈)

Picnic site.jpg
barrier gate
NODE
開閉することで、バリアで囲まれた領域への出入り可能な出入口。 Gate-hindeloopen-westerdijk.jpg
checkpoint hiking
NODE
ハイキング用のチェックポイント

Nature

natural peak
NODE
Top of a hill or mountain (summit) Peak.jpg
natural volcano
NODE
A volcano, either dormant, extinct or active 2 Java Vulkan Semeru ferne Rauchwolke 2.JPG
mountain_pass yes
NODE
The highest point of a mountain pass. Mountain pass.jpg
natural water
AREA
Lakes, etc. Nau im Langenauer Ried 600x450.jpg
tourism viewpoint
NODE
A place with a good view of surrounding countryside. Viewpoint.jpg
amenity drinking_water
NODE
A source of drinking water. Drinking Water For Humans and Animals.jpg
natural spring
NODE
A place where water flows naturally from the ground. SalfeinsSpring.jpg

Additional tags

place locality
NODE
For an unpopulated named place.
name 文字
NODE
一般名称
ele 数値
NODE
海抜標高(メートル)

注目する地物

Proposed_features


Tagging walking and hiking Route Networks

A route is a customary or regular line of travel, often pre-determined and publicised. It consist of paths taken repeatedly by various people.

To tag a hiking route you create a relation with the approbiate tags and add all elements (points and ways) of the hiking route to this relation.

See also Relation:route.

Tags of the relation

Key Value Explanation
type route indicates this Relation represents a route
route hiking Instead of the tag route=hiking there is less frequently also used route=foot.
Don't use route=pilgrimage (almost non-existent) but add pilgrimage=yes to a hiking-route.
name a name The route is known by this name (e.g. "Westweg")
ref a reference The route is known by this reference (e.g. "E1")
network iwn
nwn
rwn
lwn
International walking network: long distance paths that cross several countries
National walking network: long distance paths
Regional walking network: used for walking routes that cross regions
Local walking network: used for small local walking routes
operator operator name The route is operated by this authority/company etc. e.g. "Schwarzwaldverein", "Alpenverein"
state proposed / alternate / temporary Sometimes routes may not be permanent or may be in a proposed state.
symbol symbol description Describes the symbol that is used to mark the way along the route, e.g., "Red cross on white ground" for the "Frankenweg" in Franconia, Germany
colour a hex triplet (optional) Colour code noted in hex triplet format. Especially useful for public transport routes. Example: "#008080" for teal colour
description a short description What is special about this route
distance distance (optional) The distance covered by this route, if known. For information of users and automatic evaluation e.g. of completeness. Given including a unit and with a dot for decimals. (e.g. "12.5km")
ascent ascent (optional) The ascent covered by a route in meters. If a route has start and end point at different altitude use descent too
descent descent (optional) The descent covered by a route in meters. Use it only if it differs from the ascent (different altitude at start/endpoint of a route).
roundtrip yes/no (optional) Use roundtrip=no to indicate that a route goes from A to B and instead of being circular (roundtrip=yes).
osmc:symbol * (optional) Some renderer uses the osmc:symbol=* to indicate a route on the map.

Hiking routes are extensively mapped with route relations, and the Lonvia map will render route relations following this proposal and the osmc:symbol=*

Hiking routes are rendered for selected areas in Germany in a Hiking and Trail riding map (german). The tags required for rendering are:

  • type=route
  • route=hiking
  • name=* Meaningful route name suitable for identifying this route.
  • symbol=* Verbal description of the route marker symbols.
  • osmc:symbol=* Coded description of the route marker symbols.


Usage

Since the tagging is generic, it is up to each country to decide how to map the hiking networks that exist in their country onto the hierarchy of national/regional/local. For countries with no specific local/regional/national "walking network", it may be helpful to consider whether different trails are managed or funded by government bodies at different levels.

See also Walking Routes.


アプリケーション

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