[Talk-us] Forest Routes
Martijn van Exel
m at rtijn.org
Tue Nov 20 16:57:50 UTC 2018
I don’t remember it being widely discussed / agreed upon.
When I map these roads I include the FS number (just the number) as a ref, since that is how they are signposted in the field. https://dcasler.com/2011/06/16/owl-creek-pass-getting-there-from-ridgway/ <https://dcasler.com/2011/06/16/owl-creek-pass-getting-there-from-ridgway/> has an example (very bottom image) but other variations of such a sign are common as well.
The printed maps I have include these numbers as well and generally they are an important guidance instrument when navigating FS terrain.
> On Nov 20, 2018, at 9:39 AM, Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org> wrote:
> apparently you have something in the US called "Forest Routes"
> which even has its own kind of shield! (Yes I know, there are *many*
> shields. I've followed the discussions!)
> Is there some common understanding of how to map these, if at all? I've
> looked around a bit and found some roads marked "ref=FS<something>" but
> these were few and far between.
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