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multiple mountains, one trip,where to post?

We just climbed two peaks, Fury and Challenger in Washington State traversing on a one way trip from Ross Lake to Mt. Baker Hwy. How do you tie it all together, yet information specific to each peak?
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Mbpost needs a front page update !

Many trails and other pages have been submitted since last time. Thanks ;)
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Recommendation - Other Info for "Summit Logs"

Perhaps having an indication of number of times summitting a particular peak indicated on a profile listed log? e.g. North Palisade (3) means that it was summitted 3 times. Though this would require multiple summit register entries rather than listing them all in one entry. Or perhaps the numbers summitted could originate in specifying it in the actual log entry form within a new field?

Also, including a date or option to see the dates ...
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Recommendation - Hierarchy for Peaks and Routes Completed

Now that I'm signing more routes, it's been annoying to see them all listed disconnected from a peak. It would be nice to have them as "children" to a signed peak (successful or not), so that, say, you could see that a climber has done Mt. Whitney, and then expand the peak to see that they have done the Mountaineer's route, E Buttress, etc. on it.
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Unable to edit profile

The following message appears when I try to edit my profile. I tried logging out/in but that didn't help. Is anyone else having this problem?

update_user_profile() failed: DB Error: no such field
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I Have New Friend!

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Gee, I wonder if my new friend is a girl?

--mark d.
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Attaching an image to an image?

Why would you need to do that? One image is similar to another? You could just make an album.
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Wish List/Shopping Cart feature?

Hey,

Recently I've been looking into climbing several mountains and would like to tag them somehow in a todo list of sorts, kinda like a shopping kart. Right now, I just create bookmarks of them, but is there anyway to do this inside SP so I can keep a simple list of places I'm thinking about going? Thanks for your help.

David
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It's that time of year again

Fellow SPers,

It's that time of year again. The time for earnest and well-meaning new contributors to begin dipping their toes into SP mountains, routes, trip reports, etc., to share with the community their summer adventures. Some of these new contributors are "naturals" and others, well, need some community assitance to shine. This is a good chance for us seasoned old folks to provide some constructive criticism to help new arrivals improve their pages.

Some ...
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Reports for current conditions?

Hi all,
Summitpost is a great reference, but when I want to know what's been happening in a local mountain range in the last couple of weeks, I have to go to another site. In the PNW, CA or CO, that's pretty easy because those regions each have one well-known site with recent reports. The situation in the Eastern Alps though is a mess! Bergtour.ch, bergsteigen.at, and a handful of German and Italian sites have ...
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