Munising Falls Comments
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|Hi and welcome to SP. This is a good start and definitely an area (Michigan) that could use more attention. The Falls looks like an interesting place from a climbing point of view as well. And all this time, I thought Michigan was flat and boring! ;-)|
That said, this page needs a good deal more information and work on the text. Fill in the sparse text you've got here with more details. Take a look at other similar pages (Smith Rocks, Seneca Rocks, for example) to see what kind and level of information is needed. Why should I visit Munsing Falls?
A few more concrete critiques; you need an elevation. Also, if you fill in a lat/long on the edit page, you'll get a link to a topozone map (a good way to find the elevation).
Again, good start, and I look forward to upping my vote.
|Posted Mar 18, 2005 8:18 am|
Yeah... The first version of the page was kinda sloppy... I tried to add to it and improve it a bit, so check it out again and let me know what you think.
I will be improving it over time too...
|Posted Mar 18, 2005 2:16 pm|
|Eric Sandbo||Untitled Comment|
|I'm glad I waited before voting on your page. It looked pretty sparse at first, but you've dressed it up nicely. Thanks for the addition!|
|Posted Mar 19, 2005 5:20 pm|
|Excellent Page, I spent a ton of time each summer hiking in the Pictured Rocks area but don't do any ice climbing. I was hoping someone would eventually create a page for (as word in the area goes) an increasingly popular place to go climbing. Great addition.|
|Posted Mar 20, 2005 10:27 am|
|moonlightwanderer||found to be good reading|
|i've lived in the u.p. all my life and have always found it hard to find good sites relevant to me. i read the same backpacker article on the trap hills and i found all your info here to be a joy to read. about the pictured rocks.. i believe you can now camp away from designated sites, but just in the winter - as long as you keep your distance from main sites. thank you.|
|Posted Dec 28, 2008 1:43 am|