Just for accuracy's sake, there should be an umlaut over the 'u.' South in German is "süd," so it would be the "Direkte Südkante."
Many thanks for your kind message, i know it, but i haven't this character in my PC, because this letter doesn't exist inside the italian alphabet; well i'll do "a copy and stick" of this letter to provide correcting the title of my page. But sorry, a little ask: i see you haven't voted my page...Is this little mistake the reason?
no, the not voting was purely a result of my laziness :) I'm sorry, I couldn't help myself with this minor (many would say insignificant) mistake. That you dignified my response made me very happy, though, I must admit! To beat a dead horse, adding an 'e' after a given vowel in German is equivalent to the umlaut (eg ue=ü, oe=ö, etc.).
Should I have need for grammatical/spelling correctness if I put up a page for an Italian Peak, I hope you wouldn't mind me asking for some editing? :)
Nice page on a great-looking line. Congrats!
I, of course, must insist that you (honestly & fairly) now review & vote on one of my route pages as well!
Again many thanks for your correction and vote, well i'm going to visit some of your pages and pictures. I visited some days ago your Alaska page. Wonderful!