Good looking start. There could be more info in the overview section and there MUST be more info on the route page. Are there any links, e.g. weather, that you could include? What about winter ascents?
You see there is a lot one could (and should) add. Still it's your first page and I have seen far worse. If you want an indication of how a page can look like, look at attm's, Klenke's or mine. But don't feel intimidated. We've been around here for a while and gotten used to the effort ;-)
Nice Mtn. I looked for Brewer's spruce, but perhaps it grows on different Sisliyou Mtns.
This website has a TOPOZONE feature and you can make it work by entering the longitude and latitude near the top of the page if you are in the EDIT mode. Your peak is a bit south southwest of your map.
Co-ordinates: latitude 41.218 N, longitude -122.388 W
Make sure the longitude is negative, else you will outsource your mtn. to China.
Nice page for a very pretty mountain. Great job and have a nice weekend!
Nice page. Cheers William
This is a good peak and a good page. Two suggestions though, if I may. First, your lat and long are off. The peak is placed somewhere east of I-5. Second, you ought to attach this peak to the Klamath Mountains page.
Thanks for the feedback. I updated the Lat/Long so it should be accurate now.
Hi Scott, nice page but there are many larger alpine lakes, too many to list, in the Sierra Nevada Range in California. I'm sure Castle Lake is a wonderful lake, but judging from the topo map I doubt it would even rank in the top 100.
My page isn't for the lake, it's for the mountain above it. Aside from it's diminutive appearance, Castle Lake is actually one of the headwaters for the Sacramento River, in addition to being one of the few un-damed alpine lakes left in California. It's not Lake Tahoe but even Lake Tahoe has a dam on it.