Trail marker clarification
Having just read the latest AMA regarding trail markers:
"As long as the marker represents a trail it should be accepted. It should be something that is on the path of the trail, helps people find the path, has the trail name and is permanent. If it seems like the marker is temporary or is fake or placed just to get a Wayspot in place, reviewers can mark it as abuse for further review."
Does the trail name have to be on the marker or is it sufficient that the trail is a named trail ?
In the UK we have detailed maps provided by the Ordinance Survey which provide details of public footpaths, bridleways etc, labelling the established Ways with their names (see image below for example). These Ways are generally very well signed, though not all of these signs will have the Ways name on them.