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Feature: Pl:Hiking
(turystyka piesza)
Przykład dla Feature: Pl:Hiking(turystyka piesza)
Opis
Tagowanie punktów, dróg i obszarów związanych z turystyką pieszą.
Tagi

Ta strona została stworzona by opisać tagowania punktów, dróg i obszarów związanych z turystyką pieszą.

Tagowanie tras i punktów

Wartości

Key Value Element Comment Photo

Trasy

highway path
WAY
Głównie używany jako trasa turystyczna
Zobacz przykłady tagowania (na razie EN) photo guide.
Mountain hiking.jpg
footway
WAY
Znacznik do mapowania drobnych ścieżek używanych wyłącznie lub głównie przez pieszych. Path-footdesignated.jpg
track
WAY
Ciężkie drogi zwykle używane w celach rolniczych lub leśnych. Użyj Template:Pl:key do opisania jakości powierzchni. Frühlingslandschft Aaretal Schweiz.jpg
ford yes NODE WAY Trasa przechodzi przez strumień lub rzekę. Furt an der Sülze.jpg

Atrybuty tras

sac_scale (opcjonalna) hiking
mountain_hiking
demanding_mountain_hiking
alpine_hiking
demanding_alpine_hiking
difficult_alpine_hiking
WAY RELAZIONE Skala trudności tras turystycznych. (Turystyka górska, wymagająca górska, alpejska, wymagająca alpejska, trudna alpejska.
trail_visibility (opcjonalna) excellent
good
intermediate
bad
horrible
no
WAY
Ten klucz opisuje artybuty widoczności i orientacji na szlaku. (znakomita, dobra, średnia, zła, okropna/fatalna, brak)
incline (opcjonalna) value%
up
down
WAY
Do zaznaczenia stromości podejścia.
tracktype (opcjonalna) grade1
grade2
grade3
grade4
grade5
WAY RELAZIONE bruk/asfalt
żwir lub gęsto ubita ziemia/piach
nawierzchnia w części z twardego materiału, w części z miękkiego
głównie ziemia/piach/trawa z dodatkiem twardego materiału
wyłącznie trawa/pach/ziemia

Infrastruktura

tourism alpine_hut
NODE AREA
Schronisko górskie to budynek umiejscowiony w górach, którego głównym celem jest udostępnianie zakwaterowania i wyżywienia. Schronisko jest zarządzane i utrzymywane przez pracowników obsługi. Ascher Hütte a.jpg
tourism wilderness_hut
NODE AREA
Chata górska z miejscem na ognisko oraz schronieniem (miejscem do spania) bez innej infrastruktury. P1070254.jpg
amenity shelter
NODE AREA
Małe schronienie przed złymi warunkami atmosferycznymi. To additionally describe the kind of shelter use shelter_type=*. Réunion Maïdo kiosque pique-nique.JPG
shelter_type (optional) basic_hut
NODE AREA
Prosta mała chatka zapewniająca schronienie is spanie. BivaccoBertoglioNebbia.jpg
lean_to
NODE AREA
Lean-to (dosłownie oparcie) to zadaszenie z trzema ścianami zdala od cywilizacji dające schronienie głównie od opadów. Adirondack Lean-to.jpg
picnic_shelter
NODE AREA
Zadaszenie pozwalające na piknik z ogniskiem chroniące przed opadami. Zwykle otwarte ze wszystkich stron. Picnic shelter.jpg
rock_shelter
NODE AREA
Płytkie zadaszenie podobne do jaskinii. Rock shelter Papula.jpg
tourism camp_site
NODE AREA
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 AREA
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
Tablica informacyjna. Lechfall sign.jpg
map
NODE
Tablica z mapą. Information Map Type Topo.PNG
guidepost
NODE
Kierunkowskaz. Zobacz również Relation:destination sign Signpost.jpg
amenity parking
NODE AREA
Parking. Tu zaczyna się wycieczka :-) Pincerno - Göhrde - Parkplatz.JPG
amenity bench
NODE
Ławka Path with bench.jpg
amenity toilets
NODE AREA
Toalety Edese Kuil toiletten.jpg
tourism picnic_site
NODE AREA
A place where you can have an outdoor picnic. Optional: fireplace=yes Picnic site.jpg
barrier gate
NODE
An entrance that can be opened or closed to get through the barrier. Gate-hindeloopen-westerdijk.jpg
checkpoint hiking
NODE
Checkpoint for hiking.

Natura

natural peak
NODE
Szczyt wzgórza lub góry (summit) Peak.jpg
natural volcano
NODE
Wulkan - aktywny, uśpiony lub wygasły 2 Java Vulkan Semeru ferne Rauchwolke 2.JPG
mountain_pass yes
NODE
Najwyższy punkt przełęczy górskiej. Mountain pass.jpg
natural water
AREA
Jeziora, stawy etc.. Nau im Langenauer Ried 600x450.jpg
tourism viewpoint
NODE
Miejsce z dobrym widokiem na okolicę Viewpoint.jpg
amenity drinking_water
NODE
Źródło wody pitnej. Drinking Water For Humans and Animals.jpg
natural spring
NODE
Źródło. SalfeinsSpring.jpg

Dodatkowe tagi

place locality
NODE
For an unpopulated named place.
name Text
NODE
The common default name.
ele Number
NODE
Wysokość nad poziomem morza.

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.

Tagi związane z relacjami

Key Value Explanation
type route pokazuje, że relacja pokazuje trasę
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")
name:xy localised name gdzie xy to kod kraju np name=London oraz name:pl=Londyn
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).
oneway yes/no (optional) Use oneway=yes to indicate that the route is to be walked in only one direction, according to the signposts on the ground
osmc:symbol * (optional) Some renderer uses the osmc:symbol=* to indicate a route on the map.
website * (optional) website that describes the route
wikipedia (optional) language:page title wikipedia page that describes the route

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.

Connectivity

Hiking trails that cross or touch normal roads should be connected to the road ways on the map. This will allow mixed routing applications to be built on OSM.

Mapping Projects

The SAC hiking tags as are very useful to plan a trip on the PC or for back country navigation.

4UMaps.eu support the SAC hiking tags as well as track attributes. Additionally it has elevation lines, hill shading, accommodation etc.

4UMaps Map with elevation lines, hill shading and Track tags

It is the perfect outdoor map and allows the download of free maps.

Rendering Issues

Trails

  • in case of a relation:route the code of the path should be rendered in text, this code is normally in ref=*. When name=* is present it should be displayed as well. In case of lack of space we should discuss which one has priority.
  • in case of simple way, highway=path or highway=track or highway=footway, not included in a relation:route we should display the ref and/or name of the way.

As of 2013-09-10:

Difficulty

The combination of sac_scale=* and trail_visibility=* should be rendered with the line style and color. Examples can be found in sac_scale#Rendering or osmc:symbol=*. It makes sense to use these tags on single ways. Does it make sense to apply them to relation:route?

As of 2013-09-10:

Groups of features

At high scales the name of groups of features should be rendered, specifically:

  • mountain ranges
  • valleys
  • lakes groups

As of 2013-09-10: dianacht: renders mountain ranges with the Proposed relation: Region mountain_area.

Elevation contour lines

TODO

Relief Mapping Projects

Online-Maps

See Also

  • An 80 days hike/mapping party (!) in the Alps, along the Via Alpina, in Summer 2012!
  • Route altitude profiles SRTM Create an altitude profile for routes based on the freely available NASA SRTM3 altitude data.
  • OpenTrail OpenTrail aims to be an OSM-based Android app for UK hiking/walking.
  • Managing waypoints with OSM Extract waypoints from OSM database.
  • [1] Making Your Own Hiking Maps With Kosmos.
  • hikingbook.pl This program will create hiking books out of osm files.