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waymark

(ˈweɪˌmɑːk)
n
(Navigation) a symbol or signpost marking the route of a footpath
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Work has started to put up 10 new Tour de France waymarking signs across Calderdale, starting at Cockhill and finishing at Ainley Top, which will indicate the race route.
The Forestry Commission has confirmed that 22 miles of trails at its sites in the Rothbury area have had their waymarking removed after a reduction in the money the department has been given by the Government.
FC Wales has improved access to the holy well near Pontrhydfendigaid by waymarking a circular walk and stoning a boggy section.
Waymarking and signing will take place early in the New Year.
A month or so ago I commented on the proliferation of longdistance 'Ways' and the lack of adequate waymarking.
Heritage Coast rural cycle routes - promoting and waymarking cycle routes including at Mickleby/Runswick.
The cash is to introduce young people to waymarking and milestones.
The county council's access and rights of way team has been working to improve the County Durham section of the route, including new gates, stiles and signposts as well as waymarking, as part of the Mineral Valleys Project, and the online version is part of that work.
THIS easy walk is just over the border in Leicestershire and the waymarking is excellent.
The waymarking ensures (after a rather obscure start) that the walker is kept on the official route; the waymark signs are indicated by the insignia of a black pear which is traditional symbol of Worcestershire and is shown on the county's coat of arms.
Many footpaths criss-cross the route so be alert to the instructions but the waymarking is excellent.