Key:piste:difficulty

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Public-images-osm logo.svg piste:difficulty
Panneau piste - Valloire.JPG
Description
Used to define the difficulty of a ski run, including downhill, nordic and others.
Used on these elements
should not be used on nodesmay be used on waysmay be used on areasuse on relations unspecified
Useful combination
Status: Unspecified

Note: For showing signposting color of pistes (notably for crosscountry skiing and snowshoeing), user may wants to use the Tag:route=piste proposal, and keep the difficulty tag to give information on the actual difficulty of the way.

Key/value US/Canada/Oceania Europe Japan Skitour[1] Nordic (crosscountry)
piste:difficulty=novice "bunny hill" green L: inclination <30 degree, no sliding, soft hilly terrain, no narrow passages Strictly flat terrain, no effort needed
piste:difficulty=easy   green circle blue (applies to nordic, downhill, sled) green WS: inclination 30-35 degree, short sliding areas, open terrain with short steep passages and easily avoidable obstacles, short narrow passages Soft hills, short steep sections
piste:difficulty=intermediate   blue square red (applies to nordic, downhill, sled) red ZS: inclination 35-40 degree, longer sliding areas, terrain with steep passages that cannot be avoided, short narrow but steep passages Steep sections are present in the piste, or short narrow on average slopes. User gets away with sweat. Used for the relevant sections only
piste:difficulty=advanced black diamond black (applies to nordic, downhill, sled) black S: inclination 40-45 degree, long sliding areas with scarps below (life danger!), steep terrain with many obstacles, long narrow passages (short swings still possibe) Steep sections are present in the piste, with narrow steep passages or sharp turns in steep passages, often icy pistes. Used for the relevant sections only
piste:difficulty=expert ♦♦ double black diamond orange (Alps), double-black (Scandinavia) SS: inclination 45–50 degree, long sliding areas with scarps below (life danger!), steep rocky terrain with many obstacles, narrow passages may require some crossjumps Steep sections are present in the piste, with narrow steep passages or sharp turns in steep passages, often icy pistes. Dangerous terrain surrounds the piste. Used for the relevant sections only
piste:difficulty=freeride   orange oval yellow AS: inclination 50–55 degree, very exposed terrain, no spot to rest during descent, narrow passages require many crossjumps. (e.g. off-piste). Not relevant
piste:difficulty=extreme EX: inclination >55 degree, extremely exposed terrain, need to use ropes to go downhill. Climbing equipment required. Not relevant

This key has to be used in connection with the key * piste:type=*

See also

  1. Difficulty scales explained by Schweizer Alpen-Club / Club Alpin Suisse / Club Alpino Svizzero (SAC / CAS) : de fr it