|Proposed by:||Jiří Jakeš|
|Definition:||shows where the guidepost is|
|Rendered as:||have to be discussed|
Guideposts are often found along official hiking/cycling/skiing routes to indicate the directions to different destinations. Additionally they are often named after a region or place and shows the altitude.
The position of a signpost can be used by a hiker/biker/skier as a confirmation of the current position, especially if he uses a printed map without a GPS receiver.
See also Proposed_features/information
|tourism=information||required||To define it as touristic point.|
|name=*||optional||The name of the guidepost, if there is one. |
|ele=*||optional||height of the guidepost above sea level in metres |
|ref=*||optional||a reference, eg if the guidepost has a number |
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