That said, I am aware that komoot have improved the routing for off-road cycling over the past year or so.
@Pedro - All komoot data comes from OpenStreetMap, which means that Right of Way data is inconsistently recorded at best. This is more of a problem in the UK than most other countries. I think the UK outdoor community could benefit hugely from a campaign to get the public to record tags such as Right of Way status, tracktype and mtb:scale for paths and tracks in their area.
In addition to the above, where a way has highway=bridleway and / or designation=public_bridleway then it should be considered for off-road cycle routing.
The highway=bridleway tag implies:
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thanks a lot for this interesting idea!
We’ll see what we can do to implement it. Should there be any plans here, we’ll post a respective update.
Please mind that we are unable to give you exact dates here. If you have entered the idea or voted vor it, you’ll be informed via mail as soon as we have updated the status here.
It would be good to be able to 'name' the Waypoints, i.e. to change what is displayed in the editor instead of "Waypoint #1' etc.
we are aware that offline planning is a very popular idea, and needless to say, we would enjoy being able to offer you this feature. At the moment it is not technically realizable, however.
Why? It’s our aim to offer you a reliable route planning on a worldwide base. Especially in case of a technology that crosses several platforms as in our case, this is not yet realizable. We are of course continually working on evaluating new technological options to solve this challenging problem to both your and our best contentment.
Thank you very much for your understanding and best regards