- 1 Image use from Wikipedia
- 2 Piste:type=connection
- 3 Piste:grooming Page rewrite proposal
- 4 Key:piste:grooming
- 4.1 Downhill
- 4.2 Nordic or crosscountry
- 4.3 Winter-hiking or snowshoeing
- 4.4 Sled
- 4.5 piste:type=nordic
Image use from Wikipedia
Hi, I have proposed File:320px-Perisher valley snow fields.jpg for deletion and replaced it by the original version. We can use all Wikipedia images directly (except some which are not stored on "Commons"). You do not need to upload them here. --Aseerel4c26 (talk) 22:58, 7 July 2013 (UTC)
Piste:grooming Page rewrite proposal
Intended to describe the preparation of a piste dedicated to winter sports. The tag and it's values depends the type of piste it applied to. The grooming is generally applied to ways rather than relations, as it is a characteristic that can change along the piste
piste:grooming=classic or none
Can be omitted, this is your standard ski run mechanically groomed by a tracked vehicle.
A piste:type=downhill groomed for Mogul skiing (Buckelpiste)
Nordic or crosscountry
Two rails for classic style nordic. piste:grooming=classic+skating Wide piste for skating and at least one set of classic rails. The value 'classic;skating' can also be found, but less common.
Wide piste for skating (or 'free') style nordic.
Classic style groomed by a smaller snowmobile, which means that the piste is often much looser and single lane.
Un-prepared itinerary for cross-country skiing, tracks are made manually by skiers.
Winter-hiking or snowshoeing
A mechanically groomed piste that can be hiked with simple boots or can be used for running (default if grooming is absent).
Requires snow shoes.
Implies groomed as "natural luge(sled) track".
Use with often used, un-groomed sledding trails.
Hi, thanks for noticing piste:type=nordic issue with "required". The best way to fix these kinds of issues is to simply fix the broken one (in this case - delete the one in German), and the bot will automatically update it for all other languages. You don't need to use
requires=' '. Thanks!
P.S. See related discussion. --Yurik (talk) 17:23, 7 April 2019 (UTC)