[OSM-talk] tagging a trailhead
acrosscanadatrails at gmail.com
Fri Jun 25 17:57:36 BST 2010
On a node.
(need not to attach to the way of the trail)
"tourism=information;information=guide_post;name=Ye Olde Trail"
And for fun, i connect the node and way to a relation and describe the
trail route further
On 6/25/10, Richard Weait <richard at weait.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 25, 2010 at 9:28 AM, Stan Berka <stan.berka at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'd really like to be able to mark (and hopefully rendered) trailhead
>> Is there any tag used (or may be rendered) for this? How about node with
>> highway = trailhead?
> I do see 31 highway=trailhead nodes in the OSMDoc database from last year.
> There are only 29 in the data base currently. Here is one. Mapnik,
> osmarender and OpenCycleMap don't seem to render highway=trailhead
> nodes, but of course you can do that yourself.
> Well the trail itself should be mapped highway=* as appropriate.
> Adding name="Something Trail" to the trail is helpful.
> Based on this
> The trailhead would be implied by the junction of the trail and the
> parking lot, or connecting highway or portage, etc. would it not?
> The amenities that are available at the trailhead will vary from place
> to place won't they? How about tagging the individual amenities?
> So map board and trail information would be
> Adding name="Something Trail Trailhead" to the tourism=information
> node is probably not too wrong.
> I suppose adding tourism=information to the highway=trailhead node
> wouldn't be wrong either as long as there was information there.
> Public toilets would be amenity=toilets
> A water fountain would be amenity=drinking_water
> Trash cans and recycling bins would be
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