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|CheesySciFi||Roterdspitze? Sprechen sie Deutsch??|
|Very good page. It would be interesting to find out how this Italian peak ended up with a German name!|
|Posted Dec 31, 2012 12:15 pm|
|Mathias Zehring||Re: Roterdspitze? Sprechen sie Deutsch??|
|Here's the full story!|
|Posted Dec 31, 2012 7:50 pm|
|Gangolf Haub||Missed this|
|while I was on Madeira. I had actually thought of putting up the page myself but now I can focus on making the Maximilianweg Page a better place. I started at Weislahnbad through Tschamin Gorge and Bärenloch to Tierser Alpl to Maximiliansteig to Petz and throgh Bärenfalle to Weislahnbad. Quite a big tour, actuallyI'll add a panorama or two anyway. |
Isn't Roterdspitze part of Roßzähne? And why didn't you mention the Italian name Cima di Terrarossa? And I think you mixed up Bärenloch and Bärenfalle, the latter being north of Weißlahnbad heading toward Schlern, while the other leads up to Tierser Alpl directly.
|Posted Feb 10, 2013 5:09 am|
|Vid Pogachnik||Re: Missed this|
Thanks for your comments and remarks! If you wish, you can edit the Roterdspitze page and feel free to take the editors rights to make it formal ;)
> I changed the name - added Italian name.
> I indeed mixed up Bärenloch and Bärenfalle. With the latter, I removed the unappropriate sentence.
> It's good that you improved the page of Maximilliansteig.
> I'm encouraging you to create also a page for Bärenfalle ascent to Roterdspitze. You did it in descent, but you know it.
If Roterdspitze is a part of Rosszähne? I don't know. It is higher, quite independent and remote, so why not having two distinct pages? Only the ridge is the same.
|Posted Feb 10, 2013 10:41 am|