Let me be the first to vote! It's a great page and believe me, I know what it means to do a group page. Just finished one myself ;-) I have one comment on your pictures: They seem to be too far compressed, there are artifacts around the letters. I usually don't compress my pictures at all, this makes them larger but the artifacts disappear. Most picture processing programs let you chose the compression, when you chose "Save As".
I'm not sure if you want to repost the pictures but maybe for the next time this could be a good hint ;-)
Wonderful page! Good climbing to you!
This is a very valuable page! I knew nothing about this area and now I am informed. Thank you for doing some gouping in the area. You already have a page about Mont Fallere, so you should give a link to this page and a link back from your Mont Fallere page.
Everybody knows the famous Groups, but there are others nice not well known; at the moment I have 2 summits to link, Fallere and Chaligne, and I'm preparing the others....
anche le piccole vette devono avere il loro momento di gloria
Grazie, ma il lavoro e' ancora lungo....
Aspetto le tue foto.
Beautiful page with wonderful photos. Nice floral close-ups, vistas, maps and good hiking along the path with the spruce and tamarack trees.
PS. The castle views add interest.
Thanks! If somebody comes from far away to visit an area, I believe that some more info could be useful.
A beautiful page and a reason more to visit Val d´Aosta.
buon lavoro con le punte del gruppo che ti restano da mettere su singolarmente!
Grazie anche al tuo aiuto per i link!!!
What a page! I like it, really! And the perfect flavour is achieved by nice pictures of flowers, towns, churches etc. Congratulations!
Thanks a lot!
Now O have all the mountains to describe...;-))
You don't need to hurry, but it's worth doing it. You know, when I go somewhere - say Aosta region - I shall first look on SummitPost for information.
A lot of work has been added here!! Very useful! I very like photos of the flowers! :-)