I am going to try and add to this page, and inform the maintainer. I was hoping someone would add this page, but if they put scant details, it might be removed, since for some reason, they don't allow adoption of pages anymore. Heck, I've never been there, and I could probably handle maintaining this page myself.
I have just adopted this page. Please give me a few days to update it. For those who have traveled there, please add whatever information you have. Thanks
Thanks ATTM. Is it still a 2 star page? I am still doing work on it in the next few days as well.
I found some great pictures on the web, and e-mailed the photographers for permission. I am awaiting their replies. Only got one so far.
Its much improved. Cheers William
I e-mailed some people, but they haven't replied, so I will have to try again in a couple days. One has sent me maps before, and allowed me to use his photos. I think by the end of the month, it should be pretty good.
Suppose that nice improvement was done. Keep going!
Nice information on an area I know nothing about. The value of summitpost is pages like this, not just the Matterhorns of the world.
I actually adopted the page. This mountain was put up with next to no information. There are a lot of interesting spots in the USA, and I am glad you took the time to check this page out. Keep putting up your great pages!
Very detailed information...I'm on my way to Signal today...its raining now, but I hope that it lets up in time for a quick jog up the summit...I would hate to be hanging out in the area and not bag another HP! :-) Thanks for the contribution!
I hope you get some photos.
Thanks for the vote!
Whoa! I missed this one! How? (Did you adopt this post? I don't recall it being so detailed the first time I checked it out.)
Nice information. I've always wanted to visit the Ozarks and the mountainous regions in Arkansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma.
Thanks for the vote.