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|Good mountain page. I would suggest that you add a link or two to a website that would give a current forecast for the area (www.weather.com, www.crh.noaa.gov, etc.) under the “mountain conditions” heading. If you don’t yet know how to make a live link check out this thread: How do you make a live link?|
You also need to enter the lat. and long. coordinates for the mountain, this way the topozone feature will work (among other reasons). I looked them up for you: Mount Rose, Washington: 47.5056°N, 123.2881°W.
|Posted Jun 13, 2004 2:07 am|
|Larry V||Untitled Comment|
|You submitted some great photos of the surrounding mountains -- the page just needs a good picture of Mount Rose itself (unless I missed it). That's all it will take for me to change this rating to 4 stars.|
Your text is brief but I think it covers all the essentials. What a beautiful area! Must hike there some day.
Please add coordinates for Topozone.
|Posted Jun 13, 2004 10:43 am|
|Gangolf Haub||Untitled Comment|
|Good first effort. Keep on submitting!|
|Posted Jun 13, 2004 11:54 am|
|Good page, but try adding some more route details.|
|Posted Jun 13, 2004 3:12 pm|
Were thinking of doing this one some time ago.
|Posted Jun 13, 2004 4:22 pm|
I like it when obscure WA mountains are put up. This one fits into that category, in my opinion. Just today (6/14/04) I climbed a really obscure peak in the Gold Bar Quad called "Gambol Knob" (Pk 2740). Lo and behold, I'm climbing up its SE Ridge and I see fresh boot prints. Then, at the summit I see a film cannister register with a name and a date--6/13/04. That's YESTERDAY!! Unbelievable.
Note: Mt. Rose is not east of Ellinor but SW (see here choosing 1:100,000 for the scale). Also, you've got the lat./long. coordinates transposed. It should be 47.5058N and -123.2893W (you have to put the negative sign in there for Western Hemisphere coordinates).
|Posted Jun 14, 2004 6:48 pm|
|Posted Jan 6, 2006 7:43 am|