Hope this is the right forum? As a regular walker in the Uk, I’m comfortable with a map and compass, and more recently in our climbing trips to Spain, we’ll walk on our rest days, mostly from guidebooks (Cicerone,Rother). We do encounter along the way, apart from the PR-c signposts, painted flashes on rocks, a white stripe above yellow. Once in a while, we’ll come across the same colours, but painted as an ‘X’. So the daft question is- does an ‘X’ mean ‘not this way’?
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