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|route = mtb|
|MTB (Mountain Bike) routes are named, numbered or otherwise signed routes, designated for mountain biking. May go along roads, trails or dedicated cycle paths.|
|Used on these elements|
|Status: in use|
|Tools for this tag|
MTB (Mountain bike) routes are named or numbered or otherwise signed routes, designated for mountain biking. They may go along roads, trails or dedicated cycle paths, or a combination of these.
How to map?
- type=route mandatory
- route=mtb mandatory
- network=* - if the route is part of the local (lcn), regional (rcn), national (ncn) or international (icn) cycle network.
- ref=* - Reference number or code, found on signs or markers
- name=* - Commonly used name of the route, found on signs
- operator=* - operator
- network:type=node_network - If the route is part of a node network
- distance=* - The distance covered by a route in km
- ascent=* - The ascent covered by a route in metres (meters). If a route has start and end points at different altitude, use descent=* too.
- descent=* - The descent covered by a route in metres (meters). Use it only if it differs from the ascent=*.
- roundtrip=yes - Indicates that the start and finish of the route are at the same location (circular route).
- signed_direction=yes - The route is to be cycled in only one direction, according to the signposts on the ground. This is more common with network=lcn routes. The ways within the relation should be ordered, as they are used to determine the direction of the signposts.
- mtb:scale=0-6 - Difficulty grading for mtb use for level and downhill trails.
- mtb:scale:uphill=0-5 - Difficulty grading for mtb uphill use. Used if there is a significant inclination.
- mtb:scale:imba=0-4 - Difficulty grading for mtb use for purpose-built tracks. Mainly used in North America.