[Talk-us] access restriction, water only: How to tag?

Mark Newnham mark at newnhams.com
Fri Jul 26 12:14:26 UTC 2013


True, but the thread has not identified that it is indeed on an island.

If it is boat-only for that reason, then of course.

If it is at a place where you could walk there legally, but that the conditions make it very dangerous to get there, then why not?


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 From: Thomas Colson <thomas_colson at nps.gov>
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Yes. If a campsite is on a lake shore, or an island, and the only way to get there is by boat, I don’t see how sac_scale depicts that information. 
 
From:Mark Newnham [mailto:mark at newnhams.com] 
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Is there something about sac_scale=* that doesn't work here?
 

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From:Mike Thompson <miketho16 at gmail.com>
To: Thomas Colson <thomas_colson at nps.gov> 
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Sent: Thursday, July 25, 2013 9:25 PM
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> By foot, impossible and serious  injury if attempted.   
What is the specific thing that makes it dangerous?  A cliff? swamp? dense undergrowth?  Perhaps a landuse tag or natural=cliff would be appropriate?

Agree with Richard that access= is about legal restrictions not about danger or practicality.  
 
Mike

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