What a relief!
1 The "owner" inactive for over two years now – lost interest in SP (if hasn't crossed the heaven's door yet). In either case he's one of the few who's not likely to commit suicide.
1a Prices/links (well, there's just one link) may have changed too
2 The overview may be good enough for an album, but IMO just a couple of lines saying that there's nice views is it's not enough to get certified
to be proudly
named "SP mtn/rock" page. Actually, I'd be in favour of another rule
- saying that an overview must contain at least, say, a dozen dozens aka gross aka 144 words (about twice as much as the old Mrzla gora page)
3 Pieces like "some knowledge and experience of climbing" or "not hospitable peak: reasons are different (bad conditions, dangerous climbing, not secured path…)" tell a hiker/climber virtually nothing at all. Personally, relying on the text, I'd never have guessed
what you've just written:
borutb wrote:The Mrzla gora standard is maybe the toughest in its category.
BTW Have you seen mvs’s comments
on US/EU scrambling and climbing?
4 Routes, campsite – why write this, it's just the names. If there's no real info, no links – I'd buy myself a map anyway, I'd like some real help so that I have more free time for fun.
5 I thought some Slovenian SP'ers might like to have the fun of creating a page for a peak they like
6 Personally, I usually find it easier to write my own text than correct/extend a text like this. Now I think maybe the best solution is turning such pages into albums.