Another nice one.
Note that, technically speaking, Mt. Church is WNW of Donaldson Peak. The NW Ridge of Donaldson curves around to become the E. Ridge of Church. The exact GPS coordinates are 44.0661, -113.714; I think you forgot to put a decimal place in for your numbers. Same is true for you Leatherman coordinates.
Made the changes you talked about, but I disagree (Or at least The National Geographic Map program does) on the GPS coordinates. Where did you get yours?
Placing the GPS cursor directly on the summit I come up with
44 03.963 N
113 42.810 W
I will field verify next time I am there to determine what the exact coordinates are.
Your coordinates are identical to mine.
44.0661* = 44*3.963'
-113.714* = -113*42.810'
(* connotes "degrees", ' connotes "minutes")
You are decimalizing in the minutes (DD MM.MMM), whereas I am decimalizing all the way out to degrees (DD.DDD). It looks like you've simply inputed into Topozone the one type when you thought you were doing the other. My coordinates do match up with the summit.
All of the sudden the Idaho section of SP has increased by leaps and bounds!
Looking really good - I am sure that you will add some fine finishing touches.
I was perusing the moutains of Idaho for a few minutes and came across Mount Church. Good job on your page.
Nice to see people from Colorado previewing the Mtns of Idaho. I am from Carbondale, and love the Mtns, there but find Idaho awesome.
Good page Nic (?), perhaps it's needed more text in the sections of the main page and some non-SP links. Clear "Miscellaneous Info" if it's going to be empty, you'll always have the chance of adding sections. Any more routes?
Note only is it a good page, that 3-D view is totally cool!!
Thanks! I adopted (was given) the page last week, and decided to do something cool with it. I have TopoUSA and love the 3D maps, so I decided to try to post it. It took a bit of work but I figured it out.
It's a GREAT idea. There is a short discussion about it in this thread if you are interested.
I've done a mouseover page here and may borrow some of your ideas for future ones, if you don't mind.
Using a lot of the same basic techniques I made a panorama for my Saddle Mountain, Idaho, page. I also cropped the teton picture for my user page using the same stuff.
The basics are just the style settings for overflow, relative position, and inline style changes on mouseover events.
I got a new 3D view of the mountain on there... better than ever...
Nice changes to a solid peak!
A new 3D graphic is up!
Like the 3D spinner and lots of photos- thanks