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Description
ladder as safety measure in alpine hiking paths
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesmay be used on waysshould not be used on areasuse on relations unspecified
Implies
Useful combination
Status: ApprovedPage for proposal


How to map

See also: Safety measures on hiking trails

On many hiking trails through mountainous areas, dangerous or difficult sections are secured by technical means like steel cables, fixed ropes, ladders, or rungs. Use ladder=yes for parts of hiking trails with a ladder. It is also possible to define the length in meter instead of yes as a value.

This tag is added to an existing highway=path. Short sections can be tagged as node, longer sections as way. This tag is meant for hiking trails, but there is also a proposal to use it for via ferratas.


Main Tag

Key Value Element Description Example
ladder yes/length in m Way Node A ladder Thumb


Whole Path

If you don't want to split a longer highway=path into several segments to tag their particular safety measures you can add the following tag to the whole highway=path:

Key Value Element Description
assisted_trail yes Way Way segment with different safety measures


See also