The links to Lake of the Woods Visitor Center and Northwest Forest Pass are dead.
Thanks, I've updated them. Appreciate the heads-up.
This is a very notable and prominent peak in southern Oregon. So much so, that it really deserves more than one paragraph to describe it. The route stuff can be (and is) noted on its own dedicated route page(s). I'm thinking more in lines of why the mountain got its name, the fact that it is a county highpoint, the fact it is a 2000' prominence peak, the fact it is the most prominent point in the county, etc.
On a side-note... Would it be possible to have more non-thumbnail photos on the front page? (That's just a personal preference, not one that causes any down-voting.)
I will be more than happy to update my vote once some sort of additional information is included. As a Cascade volcano, this peak needs more for its page, IMO. Or if you would like me to help with that stuff, I would be more than happy to assist.
Thanks for the suggestions. This was one of the first pages I did on summitpost and I've not done much to revise it since then. Worth taking another look at and will do.
On the thumbnail photo thing, that is something that happened automatically on the SP version 1. Think when I redo the page, it will negate those but not sure.
Anyway, thanks and hope your climbing summer is going well.
I hope your climbing season is going well, too.
I know your SP pages typically are more descriptive, which is why I was wondering. And, again, this is a great mountain.