Tag:waterway=fish_pass

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Description
A fish pass, also known as a fish ladder, a fishway or fish steps, is a structure on or around artificial barriers (such as dams and locks) to facilitate diadromous fishes natural migration. Edit
Group: Waterways
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Status: proposed

A fish pass, also known as a fish ladder, a fishway or fish steps, is a structure on or around artificial barriers (such as dams and locks) to facilitate diadromous fishes natural migration.

See the full description on wikipedia


This tag describes a way circumventing a water barrier like waterfall, waterway=weir or waterway=dam. The way should be drawn in the flow direction of the water similar to other linear waterways (e.g.waterway=river or waterway=stream).

If you want to draw the waterbody (the area of the fish pass), draw an additional closed way and tag it with natural=water + water=fish_pass.

See also