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|The Lower Marmot||Untitled Comment|
|Something should probably be done with this page. It's feeling lonely.|
(edit) Sorry for taking so long to get back to you, I love your changes! Thanks a lot!
|Posted Mar 6, 2005 9:55 pm|
|I have placed some fotos on the webpage. I also have update links to the National Park Service and the information on permits and weather conditions.|
I have listed various Air Taxi services addresses and phone numbers and email address and webpage addresses. I also have listed guide companies that guide in Denali National Park.
Hope this helps - I have been gone in the Middle East for the better part of the last year with no web access.
|Posted Mar 14, 2005 12:55 am|
|I wish there was more description about the individual routes, possibly some links. Hope others will share some experience after season 2005. Thanks|
|Posted Apr 25, 2005 1:26 am|
|D Smith||Untitled Comment|
|A good page. That's some amazing red tape...|
Suggestion: Add links from the URLs provided so users don't have to cut-n-paste (see Tutorial)
|Posted Jul 20, 2005 3:13 pm|
|MichaelJ||Have you climbed the route?|
|This is one of those routes that should probably be written by someone who has actually climbed it.|
|Posted Oct 16, 2007 4:37 am|
|tbnelson||Re: Have you climbed the route?|
|People who climb routes like the infinite spur - with something like less than 7-8 ascents total since the first ascent don't frequent summitpost.org in general. the page was up for adoption a while back and since i had sat across from the infinite spur - climbing with a guy who shaved 5 days off of the previous fastest ascent and did it in 25 hours - i used his discription of the route.|
|Posted Jun 21, 2008 7:40 am|
|beta on the mountain itself. The factual info you've got: places, names, numbers etc. are superb but surprisingly little information on the mountain itself. |
What about weather, more history, accidents, links to other trip reports or off-site sources, route(s) or general dangers/warnings about the mountain itself? Foraker is not a mountain to be taken lightly.
Keep working on this page. You've got it going in the right direction!! Do it some justice! I'm eyeing a trip in 2009.
|Posted Sep 19, 2008 6:19 am|
|Several of the guides you list are Denali only guides so why bother unless to take up space? I agree with Kiefer that the foundation is in place but I still don't have enough info to really go forth and climb. Not linking all the websites is a pain. Cheers!|
|Posted Jan 13, 2009 2:52 pm|