Tag:route=piste

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Public-images-osm logo.svg route = piste
Snowshoe trail.jpg
Description
Route of a piste (e.g. a snowshoe or a XC-Ski trail).
Used on these elements
should not be used on nodesshould not be used on waysshould not be used on areasmay be used on relations
Useful combination
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Status: approvedPage for proposal

Usage

A route relation with the subtype route=piste can be used to combine the ways that make a piste used for winter sports such as down-hill skiing, snow-shoeing or XC-skiing. The exact type of this piste route is specified with piste:type=*.

Simple pistes can be mapped as ways tagged with piste:type=*.

Longer pistes often consist of multiple different (snow covered) ways that have various types, surfaces and uses in summer time. In some cases, the same way is shared by multiple pistes. In almost all cases, every underlying way has a different name than the piste. A Relation:route can be used to combine all relevant ways into a continuous route for the piste.

Rationale

The tag route=ski is similar, but its use is limited to pistes with piste:type=nordic/downhill. Routes associated with skiing but also other winter sports like snowshoe trails, sledding pistes, or ski tours can use route=piste. This tag is more consistent with the Piste Maps Proposal, and proposes to use the key piste:type=* for any winter sports.

Members

Members of the Relation:route of a piste may have (among others) the following roles:

Way, Area or Node Role Recurrence? Comment
Way Area (blank) zero or more the ways making up the route.
Way Area forward/backward zero or more if a piste should only be followed in one direction for some or all of its length, the "role" can indicate this for some or all of the constituent ways. "forward" means the route follows this way only in the direction of the way and "backward" means the route runs only against the direction of the way.
Way Area link zero or more a way for the sole purpose of linking this route to the rest of a the network but not a primary part of this route itself.
Way Area shortcut/variant zero or more shortcuts and variants
Node start zero or more entry points

Tags in Relation:route

Key Value Comment
type route type of the relation (mandatory)
route piste type of the route relation (mandatory)
piste:type downhill, nordic, sled, hike, snow_park etc. type of piste (mandatory)
name name name of the piste
ref number reference code for the piste
operator name organization that is responsible for the provision and maintenance of the route
network name name of the network of routes of which this one is part
description text brief additional information to assist someone intending to ski the route
distance number official length of the complete route
colour colour colour normally associated with the route when presented on a map
symbol text textual description
osmc:symbol Code machine readable description
website url url of a website with additional information


Tags for the associated ways

These tags (among others) are properties of the underlying ways (i.e. elements of the relation) and thus should be applied to the ways and not to the relation:

Examples

See also

Tags

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