Juniper Peak Comments
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|Nice page, nice to meet you. ;)|
Just a couple comments:
1) You made a section called "the route". Why not add a route to the page. You can click on "add a route" to do this. That way, you can add more than one route if others exist.
2) A minor one, but convenient: make the links in your page clickable. I know you have a webpage yourself, so you should know how. Standard HTML hyperlinks work fine.
|Posted Mar 12, 2002 8:53 am|
|Deleted User||Untitled Comment|
|Great work! Your post inspired me to visit the summit for the first time today.|
|Posted Mar 12, 2002 6:15 pm|
|Great page! As an occasional visitor to Red Rocks, it's been difficult to get names and climbing information for the mountains in the area. A nice addition. I hope to check out this peak in the next month or so :-)|
Note on Difficulty Ratings: it's probably better if you write "class 2-3" instead of "class II-III". The former is generally used with the technical grades on the Sierra Club / Yosemite Decimal Scale. Roman numerals are usually used with the international system for commitment, usually preceeding the technical grade.
|Posted Mar 12, 2002 7:01 pm|
|Hi John, |
If you go to www. hikinglasvegas.com you can learn anything you what to know about hiking in southern Nevada.
|Posted Mar 12, 2002 9:40 pm|
|Aaron Johnson||Untitled Comment|
|You should add the route to the route section. It will showup in "What's New" and get some traffic.|
|Posted May 7, 2003 9:11 pm|
|The directions to Juniper Peak leave a bit to be desired. I tried to follow them on May 17, 2005 and found them lacking. I suggest you add better land marks then "fallen logs" and "candy stripped rocks" as the area is full of such.|
|Posted May 23, 2005 2:39 pm|