UNDERSTANDING THIS HANDBOOK
 
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Waymarking can take many styles
system 3 A waymarking system developed to complement AS2156 Class 3 tracks
track In this document, the term applied to the walking surface
trackmarker The post and marking which identifies the track, destination and distance
traffic
   separation
Provision of separate routes for vehicles, horses, bicycles and walkers; required because of dissimilar mass and speed; desirable where possible
trail In this document, the term applied to a long structured walk e.g. the Heysen Trail
trailhead The start of a walk; identified by an information board or totem
transverse
   grade
The slope across the width of a track (see )
visual
   corridor
The continuous open strip through vegetation which carries the track and identifies the route to be followed
walk see Hike
waymarking The complete on-ground signage system provided for users of a self-guided walk
 
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