Re: "Bunny hill" symbol, used in America for signaling ski pistes for novices

From: Philippe Verdy <>
Date: Thu, 28 May 2015 22:11:26 +0200

Very poor suggestion I think. This is a single symbol by itself.

2015-05-28 22:02 GMT+02:00 Leonardo Boiko <>:

> You could use U+1F407 RABBIT combined with U+20E4 COMBINING ENCLOSING
> UPWARD POINTING TRIANGLE, and pretend the triangle is a hill. [image: 🐇]
> ⃤
> If only we had a combining rabbit, we could add rabbits to U+1F3D4 SNOW
> CAPPED MOUNTAIN. Or anything else.
> 2015-05-28 16:46 GMT-03:00 Philippe Verdy <>:
> 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 sign.
>> 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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