[Tagging] Tagging Digest, Vol 140, Issue 20 tagging ski relations

Jaromír Mikeš mira.mikes at gmail.com
Thu May 13 05:20:02 UTC 2021


Hi St Niklaas,
what you are claiming can be applied just to piste:grooming=backcountry but
still piste:difficulty is defined by terrain character not by snow
conditions.
Snow condition is another factor which user needs to consider.
Fully agree with George here.

mira

On Thu, May 13, 2021, 12:19 AM Georg <georg2016 at nurfuerspam.de> wrote:

>
> Hi St Niklaas,
>
> > I am against to tag difficultys on a Nordic - Cross country track or
> > spur. It changes with every new downfall of fresh snow.
>
> while I agree that every snowfall/melting change the difficulty, the
> terrain and shape of ways does make certain pistes *in general* more
> difficult than others. For example, a long steep descent ending in a
> sharp turn in front of a cliff is more difficult to master than flat
> terrain with wide curves - and this difficulty relation will invert only
> in very rare cases with a snowfall or melting period. Exactly this kind
> of general, long-term difficulty is what we're talking about.
> Did you have a look at
> https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:piste:difficulty ?
>
> > You could make an exception for groomed spurs, but thats it.
>
>  From spurs I know, I'd clearly extend that to any spur that has a
> somehow well defined line - be it because of grooming, signposts,
> natural features (e.g. narrow valley with steep sides so only allowing
> one line), man made barriers (fences etc) or just by convention/habit.
>
> Cheers, Georg
>
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