"Bunny hill" symbol, used in America for signaling ski pistes for novices
shervinafshar at gmail.com
Thu May 28 15:11:12 CDT 2015
Well...to pick the nit, these shapes are rhombi; known colloquially as
So what's the symbol for "bunny hill" in Europe?
On Thu, May 28, 2015 at 1:03 PM, Philippe Verdy <verdy_p at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
> Well also these symbols, if you want (these are not really "diamonds"),
> but the wordpress page forgets the "bunny hill". It starts only with the
> green circle (in fact a black disc colored in green) which maps to blue
> pistes in Europe.
> 2015-05-28 21:59 GMT+02:00 Shervin Afshar <shervinafshar at gmail.com>:
>> Single and double diamond?
>> ↪ Shervin
>> On Thu, May 28, 2015 at 12:46 PM, Philippe Verdy <verdy_p at wanadoo.fr>
>>> Is there a symbol that can represent the "Bunny hill" symbol used in
>>> North America and some other American territories with mountains, to
>>> designate the ski pistes open to novice skiers (those pistes are signaled
>>> with green signs in Europe).
>>> I'm looking for the symbol itself, not the color, or the form of the
>>> For example blue pistes in Europe are designed with a green circle in
>>> America, but we have a symbol for the circle; red pistes in Europe are
>>> signaled by a blue square in America, but we have a symbol for the square;
>>> black pistes in Europe are signaled by a black diamond in America, but we
>>> also have such "black" diamond in Unicode.
>>> But I can't find an equivalent to the American "Bunny hill" signal,
>>> equivalent to green pistes in Europe (this is a problem for webpages
>>> related to skiing: do we have to embed an image ?).
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