I know too less about Julian Alps to judge your information - but it looks accurat and very useful to gain an overview. If I write more group's pages I will look how you did it.
I think photos would be good. Perhaps some photos of the different regions would be good much as has been done with Velebit .
Good info. Add inthe pictures please.
Nice, informative, structured...
but you did not mention Tamar valley?
Yes, I probably should mention Planica. And some others too.
Thanks for the vote. I hope you like my principle that from the interactive map on one group page you can go to many summit pages :-)
I like both the basic idea and your realization.
Very useful overview page, thank you!
ah like always..I don`t have nothing smart to do so I am checking our beautiful mountain and I am writting what we still must post!
I didn't reply you on this one - missed somehow. Thanks for your vote! This page of Julian Alps is central for me!
Who says that I do the longest pages? Bor directed me to this gem with his new page. I like the idea of putting the Huts and refuges into each section. I'll do that with my pages as well in the future
Great, great job. Simple, systematical with all infos (as far as I saw). It have been a hard for, for sure. Thank you. ROK
Thanks Rok :-))
I like this page too. It was meant initially as an overview page, but now we shall have also subgroup pages. It's good that I wanted to be short on this page.
I can't believe I forgot to comment and rate this fantastic page Vid!! It is complete, systematic, and well laid; in one word I like it allot! :-)
Ha, ha, Sasa! Thanks! This is the page that I'm maintaining most often. I'm glad you like it. Will you do a similar Velebit page - I mean the map, which leads you down? I'm still waiting your initiative to help you with an interactive map ;-)
Thanks Vid, I'm still counting on your help with the construction of such Velebit maps. It is just that I have many things on my mind right now that I must do so if go into maps that would be too much for the moment :-) I hope in the near future.
Nice work.! It will be usefull for me as a "student" to prepare some other Group pages (Velika Kapela and Dinarics) :-)
Thanks, Gordan! Yes, I think there must be a difference between group pages and mountain pages. As I wrote so many times - on group pages you would put information that needs not to be repeated then on every mountain page. And group pages should lead down to mountain pages, where all details are.
Did anyone say "wow"?
Oh, it´s from my mouth that word is coming, again and again :-)