Tag:natural=crevasse

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Public-images-osm logo.svg natural = crevasse
Crevasses.jpg
Description
A large crack in a glacier
Used on these elements
should not be used on nodesmay be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
See also
Wikidata
Status: in usePage for proposal

A crevasse is a deep crack in the ice of a glacier that forms due to stresses in the ice and constitutes an obstacle and a hazard to hikers and mountaineers. See Crevasse on Wikipedia for more information.

Although the location of individual crevasses can change rather quickly on a fast moving glacier the general area and pattern in which crevasses occur is usually quite constant making mapping of them useful even if it is not fully up-to-date.

natural=crevasse is the most widely used tag to map crevasses.

Mapping

Within the area of a glacier mapped as natural=glacier crevasses can be mapped as either lines by drawing a way along them or as areas by drawing a closed way or a Relation:multipolygon covering the area of the crevasse and tagging it with natural=crevasse.

Rendering

Currently not rendered.

See also