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    plotaroute admin   Saturday 15 Jun 2019 13:59:17

    Hi Stefan - I'm afraid we don't really have the skills to be able to integrate maps that require knowledge of other languages.

    John

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    stefan eekenulv   Friday 14 Jun 2019 10:13:17

    please create a layer for gravel roads :-)

    like the free layer for sweden at the nvdb database!

    open the nvdb using ”slitlager” for a better overview regarding gravel roads: https://nvdb2012.trafikverket.se/SeTransportnatverket

     

    (set dropdowns to "vägupgifter" and "Slitlager"... then you get all gravel roads marked out!))

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    plotaroute admin   Monday 10 Jun 2019 09:02:00

    Hi Stefan - we don't have a map layer specifically for surface type, the closest thing we have is our Road Bikeable map layer, which highlights surfaces that are likley to be suitable for road bikes.  You can read more about this in our news post on the Road Bikeable layer.  You can see all the layers available by hovering ovet the Map Type selector.

    John 

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    stefan eekenulv   Sunday 09 Jun 2019 17:11:17

    is there a layer for surface type (gravel road, path with lots of stones and branches, 

    to indicate level of difficulty ???

    in sweden we have NVDB free database (open the nvdb and set dropdown to "vägupgifter" and "Slitlager"... then you get all gravel roads marked out!) https://nvdb2012.trafikverket.se/SeTransportnatverket

    I only ride a powerful Electric Unicycle 22" and some paths have too many stones are extremely difficult to even walk ...but on the map I can not see the difference 

    must I also use trailforks for this ???

     

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