Good page. Our small Asian contingent on Summitpost can use some help! Keep up the good work
Not enough text for my taste but shots are amazing!
Good to see a peak as Spantik in SP, with those difficult routes... Try to add a portrait pic, SUMMIT LOG or TRIP REPORTS, BOOKS, (LINKS) and ROUTES in their sections. (Clear "Miscellaneous Info" if it's going to be empty, you'll have the chance to add more sections anytime).
Don't give out, gracias
(Once on the edit page go to the "Miscellaneous Info" section and click on "Delete This Section". When you have cleared it go to the edit page again. At the bottom of that page you have a section with the title You can add a new section here. Add the "Getting There" Title with the Display Order (below).
ive gone back into the edit page and cant readily see whee to upload stuff to the fronnt page, there is miscellaneous info behind the main page...can you help, i have also lost a large section on "how to get there"
the page wasnt loading before, but ive got it now, just updated it, looks better...
Amazing job and amazing photos!
Cheers to Australia! :-)
The information is ok, but there are very few good photos on the page, thus 3 stars for now.
Nice.It will be better when you find some informatione about the Golden PIllar of Spantik(other name Ganesh Chish which means-Golden Peak).The pillar is 2300 meters high and looks incredible.
I also tried to add the only book I know about Spantik-"Elusive summits" by Victor Saunders,I found it on Amazon but something went wrong and I couldn't add this book.Maybe you should try.
Nice Page !!
Thanks for information!
It is a excellent page need trip reports, information on the Golden Peak (Spantik), and book information.
Question, who has been the yougest climber to climb Spantik? Does anyone know?
Spatnik Base camp rockfall video.
I would imagine something like this happening at night when you are sleeping would be very scary stuff.
On that point, I'm not too experienced about climbing and just made an account to ask: are there warnings (like signposts/boards) about these things like rockfalls in the hosting houses or vicinity of a mountain - near a camp station (like the one in the video) maybe.
Or is it a general awareness thing, an unspoken rule. I'd feel it needs to be more emphasized than that though - informed to the climbers who would go there (or any mountain for that matter)