I'm sure the photos will be very nice as usual. Great page so far.
Thanks for the confidence! The Photos are up - since Fred was carrying the camera, they came out very well. There are some more on another film we have to finish first.
Another nice Glacier National Park page. Thanks.
I might just have a picture of this peak from the road. It looks familiar. As I recall, there were a lot of neat looking peaks north of the road by the developed area. I know I have one of Mt. Wilbur from there.
Thanks for the vote. There are great looking peaks all around; it's hard to decide what to do next!
Excellent, Moni! This time there seems to be a "tag problem" with your "Route" and "Climbing Consideration" sections. They change colour as I move the cursor over them ?!?
Nothing serious I suppose ;-)
With 4,000' of gain in such a short distance, you should create a more descriptive, individual route page. Trail starts at 4,000 feet? Class 2 moves, Class 3 or 4 moves in more detail?
The photo seems to show the route nearly self-explanatory, but still deserves its own page. Otherwise, good work, still 4 stars.
Nice page, but Yet Another Rating System?!! Aaarrrg! :o}
Yea - another system but these mountains are so vastly different that the American systems in use won't do it. Actually the European grading system would be okay - in which case Mt Henkel is F
Oh, I looked hard for an "it's" that should be an "its" on your page but could fine none. ;- )
Excellent page. I really must get to Glacier soon before it all melts and it is simply called "National Park".
Well, after chiding you for your typos - I had better make damn sure I haven't any! :-)
Thanks for the vote.
By the way, GNP is named for the fact that glaciers carved it, not that it has any - in fact it has very few. The North Cascades has far more.
Yep, I was on Sulphide Glacier on Mt. Shuksan this weekend so I can definitely vouch for the abundance there. Heard a large chunk calve off of the Crystal Glacier while we were there too. Quite an awesome sound when that happens.
Beautiful mountain and beautiful page you've got! Good job! Good climbing to you!
Thanks for the vote and kind comments.
Wonderful! Looking forward to climbing in Glacier later this season!
Great page. Can't wait for that to be my backyard. Thanks for posting.
Yes - it's a good introduction to basic GNP climbing!
Thanks for the vote