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Sarah SimonA thought

Sarah Simon

Voted 10/10

I like this page, especially all of the background information you provide.

It would be a great finish to the page to include an HTML table of the list sorted by elevation. This would give the reader a nice, comprehensive view of the NEHH list.

Yell if you need a hand with the HTML. Here's an example of a list I maintain for ideas: http://www.summitpost.org/list/286565/Colorado-12ers.html


Posted Sep 10, 2009 12:08 pm

jniehofRe: A thought

Hasn't voted

Incorporated. Since the "official" list order (and some elevations) is different from the SummitPost ordering, it's not completely redundant. I'm not going to get quite as comprehensive as you, though...I hope people will jump off to the peak pages for details, which will hopefully be maintained up-to-date there.
Posted Sep 11, 2009 9:13 am

Sarah SimonRe: A thought

Sarah Simon

Voted 10/10

Nice, I like it. It looks great and gives a good "quick glance" of the list...plus, it gives the other Northeasterners a reference for "which mountains on the list still need SP pages."

Now, I have to find a way to con my husband into paying this area a visit in the fall. Heheheh. We'll see... What lovely mountains!

Happy climbing!

(So many mountains, so little time...)
Posted Sep 11, 2009 10:54 am

nartrebsorted by elevation is already done


Voted 10/10

Look in the left margin.

You'll notice that the wrong Mt Adams is included. The one in New Hampshire is lower than Mt Washington.
Posted Sep 10, 2009 9:15 pm

jniehofRe: sorted by elevation is already done

Hasn't voted

Gah. Thanks nartreb; that was a horrible misclick (and is fixed.) And to think it was one of Mohamed's pages I failed to link!
Posted Sep 10, 2009 9:40 pm

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