WikiProject Europe/Long-distance paths
The European long-distance paths are a network of extremely long-distance footpaths across Europe. While most long-distance footpaths in Europe are located in just one country or region, each of these numbered European long-distance paths passes through many different countries. The European long-distance paths were designated by the European Ramblers' Association. In general the routes make use of existing national and local trails such as the GR footpaths.
Routes state in OSM
|Route name||OSM status in km||%||relation||online map||website|
|Dream path Munich - Venice||link|
|European long distance path E1||4007 /4900 km||81,8%||link||E1|
|European long distance path E2||1511 /4850 km||31,2%||link||E2|
|European long distance path E3||2302 /6950 km||33,1%||link||E3|
|European long distance path E4||2309 /10450 km||22,1%||link||E4|
|European long distance path E5||308 /3050 km||10,1%||link||E5|
|European long distance path E6||2558 /5200 km||49,2%||link||E6|
|European long distance path E7||4 /4330 km||0,1%||link||E7|
|European long distance path E8||2563 /4390 km||58,4%||link||E8|
|European long distance path E9||1606 /4880 km||32,9%||link||E9|
|European long distance path E10||791 /2880 km||27,5%||link||E10|
|European long distance path E11||1195 /2070 km||57,7%||link||E11|
|International friendship trail Eisenach-Budapest||676 /2960 km||22,8%||link|
|North Sea Trail||link||North Sea Trail|
|Via Alpina||link||Via Alpina|
|Via Romea Francigena||link|
|Way of St. James||link|
|Way to Assisi||link|
Note: Every long distanse path should be a superroute with national parts containing regional and local relations. When tagging, remember about superroute hierarchy, e.g. don't put whole path distance to national part. It's also good to add links of paths websites and wikipedia articles.
Note2: Way of St. Jacob should contain all local, regional or national parts of network, but please do not giving them network tag "iwn"!