hahaha! Thanks puma. It started on Feb. 21 2006
Ha! I actually did! How funny. :)
it's also my birthday
This is really a fine piece of work, boys. I've taken myself off the owner list for the same reason as Nartreb (too many cooks) and plus that way I get to vote on it. Really a monumental page.
Simply amazing page, guys. I'm in awe. Good work.
Thanks. Your Smokies page isn't exactly small either.
Thats what my wife tells me!
Mount Greylock is not the highest mountain since the Smokies for northbounders. After the Smokies, one hikes over many, many, many peaks and vast areas far higher than Greylock. For instance, Mount Rogers is north of the Smokies, and stands about 2200 feet higher than Greylock. Even as far north as Shenandoah National Park, a hiker gets to traverse country higher than Grelock by several hundred feet.
Just a very minor point, but one which should be corrected.
I didn't notice that - and I've been on top of Rogers. I assume that Shenandoah Park is what Big G meant - anyway, that's what I've edited it to say now :)
That is correct. I got my national parks mixed up. Thanks to both of you for fixing my mistake.
You all mind if I add some peaks in the Roan Mountain area to this list? Add me as an admin and I'll do so, thanks!
Fine with me as long as they meet the criterion of having a trail to them from the AT, less than one mile long, but since I gave up my admin privileges on this page (I'm just an editor now), I can't assign privileges any more - one of the others will have to wave a magic wand.