Nice page and overview of the area.
Thanks Walter, it's still work in progress though. So come back tomorrow, will you?
Wonderful overview page, again!
Gangolf, did you promise that you will do the whole Gailtal Alps group page? There's ultimately where I would like to link on my Eastern Alps page. But for the time being this is the best destination :-)
How do you like bold links? Hmmm - I have one more such proposal. If it's not a link on a SummitPost page, it's better to open it in a separate window. Do you know the target="blank" command? After HREF "http..." you add it and it opens a separate window.
Would also appreciate captions beneath big panoramic pictures on the page - just from which side (S, W, N, E) it was taken. I hope I'm not teasing you too much ;-)
Do you know what's one of the basic ideas of communism? To work hard and being nothing paid for it. We just got out of that misery 15 years ago, and here I am voluntarily into it again! And not only that - also some Germans, and Italians and even Americans...
Thanks a lot! Nice words, though you really want to keep me busy. I suppose Paul Klenke pays you to slow me down ;-)
The idea about opening new windows is excellent. I haven't thought of it because I use Mozilla and there I can control-click to open a new tab. I'll check later on.
For now I'm exhausted. Writing the pages comes easy but doing the overview photos always gets on my nerves after some time. I still have to find a proper intro photo for the top of the page but for the time being I'll leve the one I have - though it has been used on the Hochstadel page as well.
Yes, I'll do the Gailtal Alps page. I already have started with the maps and since I don't have any pictures I don't need to do overview pictures with labels. GOOD.
I've been thinking about the captions as well but I always forget...
Now I'm out of here - too tired and I'll have to get up at 5:30 tomorrow morning. I'll be busy for the next three days so I won't be able to post all the pictures of the single summits. Perhaps you might have a look over the weekend ....
OK Gangolf, don't tell me you don't eat enriched uranium, you must be driven by nuclear power! :-) Seriously this is amazing! Your pages require so much work and you post them almost daily. We must clone you ASAP!
Thanks a lot.
This is a really awesome page. Very well done!
Thanks. I'll have to find some space for 30+ pictures. Would make it even nicer...
Good panoramas and maps. Is the town the same where Mozart wrote symphony #36?
Thanks Mark! The actual pictures are still missing. I dropped off to sleep while posting the panos ;-) I would have to look up about Mozart - I don't know...
Mozart wrote a "Linzer Symphonie" - that deals with the town "Linz", not as here "Lienz"
Another excellent page. It's too bad you're not getting paid for all your work on SP pages, cuz you'd be rich!
Good idea! Getting rich with SP pages! But somehow I prefer the golden Audi...
Great overview Gangolf! Have a good one!
very good, very detailed.
great structering work! What I miss is pictures of the impressive north side at Lienz. I will post some in the future. Vid surely also has some.
AFAIK Karlsbader hut is one of the best basis for moderate alpine climbing in the entire alps. So this should be mentioned and perhaps the climbing possibilities would deserve an own section in the future.
Thanks Mathias. The problem is that I don't have many pictures taken from the north of the LD. There are some taken from the ascents of Gumriaul and Finsterkofel but both mountains are rather far to the northwest. As for climbing info: if I knew I would include them. I found several pages about Sandspitzen and Gamswiesenspitzen but since I'll post Kleine Gamswiesenspitze the info will probably go better in there.
Great overview, Gangolf´and only 4 stars to give!
Thanks Klaus. I'll keep the other 7 stars in mind :-))