WikiProject Slovakia/Cycle routes
This page describes tagging of cycle routes in Slovakia.
Cycle route marking system in Slovakia
Cycle routes marking in Slovakia is standardized by the technical norm STN 01 8028 Cykloturistické značenie. Marking is realized by Slovak Cycle Club (Slovenský cykloklub - SCK).
Majority of Slovak cycle routes are marked by this unified system. A basic marker is a white square sign with red, blue, green or yellow letter "C". Red color is used for long distance routes, blue, green and yellow other routes.
Some routes are marked according to system of Slovak Tourist Club (Klub slovenských turistov - KST). A basic marker is a square sign consisting of three horizontal stripes. The upper and the lower stripes are white. The central one is red, blue, green or yellow.
Creating a relation for every cycle route is recommended instead of tagging each element. Be sure that the relation does not exists before creating new! You can check it on the Slovak Cycle Routes List. Unsure about relations? Read more.
|network=icn/ncn/rcn/lcn||Defines route as a part of an international (icn), national (ncn), regional (rcn) or local (lcn) network. More about cycle routes networks in Slovakia.|
|ref=number||(optional) Route number. More about numbering of cycle routes in Slovakia.|
|name=*||(optional) Route name, e.g. Medzinárodná dunajská cyklistická cesta.|
|operator=*||(optional) Route operator, e.g. AŠK Inter Bratislava.|
|complete=yes/no||(optional) Use yes, if the route is completely mapped, otherwise use no.|
|description=*||(optional) If the route does not have a name, this can be useful to identify it. Example: Lamač - Druhý kameňolom.|
|state=proposed||(optional) Routes are sometimes not official routes pending some negotiation or development.|
|bicycle=yes||Guidepost is part of the bicycle route (there are also guideposts on hiking/education trails in Slovakia).|
|name=*||(optional) Name of the guidepost, if available.|
|operator=*||(optional) Most guidepost are operated by SCK (Slovak Cycle Club)|
|ele=number||(optional) Elevation above sea-level (in metres).|
|click to see the position||click to see the position||click to see the position||click to see the position||click to see the position|
|name=Hrádok||noname=yes||name=Hnilčík - Cechy||name=Sedlo Filipka||name=Krížne cesty, Spariny|
|operator=OOCR - Gemer||operator=SCK||operator=KST; Rozvoj Spiš & OOCR Spiš||operator=KST;SCK||operator=OOCR - Gemer|
|5607 [cycling]||2702 [cycling]||2828 [hiking]||5721 [hiking]||5607 [cycling]|
|8706 [cycling]||5855 [cycling]||029 [cycling]|
Route markers examples
|click to see the position||click to see the position|
|5703 [cycling]||0909 [hiking]|
Cycle Routes Networks and Numbering
|network=icn||International cycle routes. In case of Slovakia it is EuroVelo 6.|
|network=ncn||Long distance cycle routes. They are marked by red color (with few exceptions) and numbered by three digit numbers starting with 0. Examples: 001, 024. About 30 long distance cycle routes are planned. Cycle routes of KST are numbered Cxxxx.|
|network=rcn||Regional cycle routes. They are marked (mostly) by blue , green and yellow color. All routes are numbered by four digit numbers. Blue routes start with 2, green with 5 and yellow with 8. Cycle routes of KST are numbered Cxxxx.|
|network=lcn||Use for local cycle routes marked by other systems, mostly for cycle routes marked in cities which have transport function. Example: Cycle route Petržalské korzo in Bratislava.|
Note: In fact, national and regional networks as defined above are part of only one network. However, red colour is used for long distance routes.