I am talking about the dashed and solid brown line you can see here (live OSM version):
For the dash brown line, according to the legend it means "track". For the solid brown line, I can't even find a key.
What does "track" mean in this scenario?
Could it mean track you walk on? If it does, why isn't it a "footway"? Or is it for vehicles, which makes it a different kind of track, than the various footways there are?
What I am trying to do is essentially find unpaved roads or tracks, where I can drive with my car for fun. I have identified the brown lines as potential indicators of such roads, but am curious if this also indicates footways. Or if it only indicates footways. And also if there even is a way to tell which road is paved and which not by looking at the map.
Edit: I found this information: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Key:surface and I found an app, which, if you give it a destination it will tell you how much % of the way is paved and how much "other". So the information seems to be available, but I still don't know how to find out if a particular road is a road and is unpaved?