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what does green signify on your maps? Off road?
I believe a green section on a route you have created means that it is unpaved. Where I am that seems to mean gravel or dirt, mainly on bike paths.
Yes, that’s it!
If you see a faint dotted green line on the map itself then that’s a footpath which isn’t open for cycling.
Thanks to both of you. Just learning and always grateful for advice.
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