Good page, but I find that it looks better if the name of the peak is not in all caps.
This is a nice page, but try adding this to Afganistan as well. If you hold down the control button, you can do this.
A few more tips:
Perhaps mention on the page that this is the highest mountain in Afganistan.
Add a signature photo (if you need help, let me know).
Cange "POLLUCTION" to Pollution, without a "c".
Thank you Scott for improving the page, I need your help with the signature photo?. Photographs and info are most welcome from anyone out there as I am not into photography nor a computer literate , I just like the mountains .
Thank you for the "C" tip,
P.S you missed the H in the "cange"
For a signature photo, hold the mouse over any photo without clicking. A small id number will appear. Go to edit page and enter that id number into the proper section. A signature photo will then appear on the page.
Thank you for the encouragement
Well done! But please try and add the coordinates of the mountain also: If you do the page will automatically generate a interactive map of the mountain and the surrounding area.
Thanks, Johan for helping out
Good, I see you have added the coordinates! But one thing: The interactive google maps on SP use the "Degees.Decimal" notations for coordinates. Most maps and coordinate listings use the (more appropriate), "Degrees.Minutes.Seconds" notation. It seems to me that you have used the last one and that leads to a displacement on the map. As you can see on the interactive map the pointer for Noshaq is found in the valley, instead of in the range proper. If that is so, if you change coordinates as follows: 36*26' to 36.4333 and 71*54' to 71.9000, it will be allright. Probably the same displacement with the coordinates of your Tirich Mir page. Its however easy to convert the minutes to decimal: Minutes : 60 x 100 = decimal.
Pretty good page.
Pretty good, can be improved!
Just add the number of the Signature photo in Edit section.
An other nice page, good job. last year we had a Norwegian expedition to Noshaq. Please push the government to finish the army LO system if they really want to help the area.
Thank you, will improve it later.
Afghanistan side, the Pakistan side is heavily crevised
A four members British Noshaq Peak Expedition will attempt Noshaq in coming summer. It is long time since this peak has been climb from Pakistan side.
A team from Secret Compass is attempting this from the Afghanistan side this summer - and they are looking for team members, see http://www.secretcompass.com
Thats Great Best of luck, let me know the dates if there is any inquiry i can pass it on to you