Wondering if it's possible to Relate two Area/Range pages to each other? Or make one a Child of another one? To consider:
Chile/Argentina Lake District Area/Range: http://www.summitpost.org/lake-district ... ina/307837
Patagonia Area/Range: http://www.summitpost.org/patagonia/171078
'The Frey' Area/Range: http://www.summitpost.org/the-frey/518464
'Cerro Catedral' Mountain: http://www.summitpost.org/cerro-catedral/151997 (with no coordinates / mapability)
Physically, Cerro Catedral is a peak in The Frey area which itself is (for most purposes) in the Lake District and Patagonia (like nearby Osorno http://www.summitpost.org/volc-n-osorno/152059). Edit: It turned out that the Cerro Catedral page was about the area rather than the high point and so was a duplicate in essence.
Currently on SP, Cerro Catedral is listed under Patagonia only, while The Frey has no attachments in any direction. I don't know if it's better to make Cerro Catedral a Child of The Frey and Lake District (so 3 Parent ranges total) or to just have it under Frey, so that if more peaks in The Frey area had pages, they wouldn't all have to be listed under 3 different Area/Range names. But then could The Frey be set as a Related Object or Child to Lake District and/or Patagonia? (It's otherwise hard to find if you don't go to Lake District and then click the 'Nearby Areas & Ranges' button or go via a small selection of photos.) Most of the relevant authors haven't been around in a while so I figured the forum might be a better spot to gauge views. Perhaps there are similar unclear groupings elsewhere on SP. Cheers.