WikiProject Belgium/Sonian Forest

From OpenStreetMap Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Forêt de Soignes / Zoniënwoud / Sonian Forest

Cycling

Cycling routes

WikiProject Belgium/Cycle Routes

  • LF2
  • LF6
  • RV10
  • ICR / GFR 4
  • ICR / GFR 5B
  • ICR / GFR 6A
  • ICR / GFR MM
  • Promenade Verte / Groene Wandeling
  • Bloso Mountainbikeroute (27 km, Startplaatsen: Sporthal Hoeilaart, Station Groenendaal) [1][2]

Cycling nodes

  • 43
  • 44
  • 46
  • 60

Walking routes

GR footpaths

  • Belgium walkingroutes gr.svg GR126
  • Belgium walkingroutes gr.svg GR512
  • Belgium walkingroutes gr.svg GR579
  • Belgium walkingroutes gr.svg GR126 - GR579
  • Promenade Verte / Groene Wandeling
  • Balades / Wandelingen [3]
    • 1 Belgium cycleroutes lf yellowblue.svg Balade de la Forêt de Soignes bruxelloise / Wandeling in het Brusselse deel van het Zoniënwoud (23 km)
    • 2 Sentier éducatif Rouge-Cloître / Leerwandelpad Rood Klooster (4 km)
    • 4 Sentier éducatif des Enfants Noyés / Leerwandelpad Verdronken Kinderen (3.4 km, Blue sign)
    • 5 Promenade Ruusbroec / Ruusbroecwandeling (5.4 km, Orange post [4])
    • 6 Promenade du Chêne De Bruyn (Schone-Eik) / De Schone-Eikwandeling (8.5 km, Red sign)
    • 7 Promenade de l'Espinette centrale (Middenhut) / Middenhutwandeling (9 km, Blue post)
    • 8 Promenade du Hazendal / Hazendalwandeling (3.5 km, Red post [5])
    • 9 Promenade du Flossendelle / Flossendellewandeling (6 km, Blue post)
    • 10 Promenade de la Warande / Warandewandeling (5.6 km, Blue post)
    • 11 Promenade du Kapbos de Duisburg / Kapboswandeling Duisburg (9 km, Yellow post)
    • 12 Sentier didactique au parc Tournay-Solvay / Leerpad van het Tournay-Solvay-park (2 km)

Running routes

fr nl

  • 5 km
  • 10 km
  • 20 km [6]

Parts

Brussels Capital Region

38% of the forest is in Brussels Capital Region.

Vlaams Brabant

56% of the forest is in Flemish Brabant.

Brabant wallon

6% of the forest is in Walloon Brabant.

Forêt de Soignes / Zoniënwoud highways tagging guidelines (draft)

(Following the discussions on the talk-be mailing list, here is a draft.)

010 is the highway physically designed for motor cars, forestry trucks, etc.? yes, goto 100 | no, goto 015

015 is it designated for horses? yes, goto 140 | no, goto 020

020 is it designated for bicycle? yes, goto 165 | no, goto 200


100 tag highway=track (e.g. drève, etc., with access for forestry trucks)

105 tag surface=asphalt or surface=concrete or surface=gravel or surface=ground, etc. (e.g. Drève des Tumuli : asphalt)

110 precise restrictions e.g. motorcar=no or bicycle=yes, etc.

115 if appliable, tag oneway=yes or oneway=no

120 if appliable, tag noexit=yes or noexit=no


140 tag highway=bridleway

145 tag surface=* with paved | unpaved | asphalt | concrete | cobblestone | gravel | sand


165 tag highway=cycleway

170 tag surface=* with paved | unpaved | asphalt | concrete | cobblestone | gravel


200 tag highway=path

205 tag surface=* with paved | unpaved | asphalt | concrete | cobblestone | compacted | gravel

210 tag bicycle=yes or bicycle=no or bicycle=designated

215 tag horse=yes or horse=no or horse=designated

220 tag foot=yes or foot=no or foot=designated

225 tag motorcycle=yes or motorcycle=no

230 tag access=*


Notes:

  1. See also: http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Hiking).
  2. Refer to the tagging scheme of the Forêt de Fontainebleau, France.
  3. (path and not footway; IMHO footway is for urban areas; see: Footway: For designated footpaths, i.e. mainly/exclusively for pedestrians.)


Foxandpotatoes 17:22, 26 February 2010 (UTC)

Links