Promising page, will keep an eye on it and shall be ready to edit my vote. Get going, the idea's great
31st May 2004: Much better, updated the vote to a three-star. Who knows, the fourth one might be on its way as soon as I find the time for a closer look. Congratulations anyway. Good work
4th Nov 2004: Four stars all right, makes justice to the Cordillera. Sorry to be so late in this last edition of my vote...
couldn't wait ...
I like what I see so far. Keep it up. Cheers William
I know I'm going to like the end result... its already good enough... and as far as I'm concerned the more info. on this area the better as I know I'll be visiting in the not too distant future.
I like summary pages, despite the fact that they are not mountains and shouldn't be on summitpost blah blah blah ;-)
Maybe you can try to find and add some links to the side menu, as well as more books. I think that's also an important part of a summary page; to provide access to other resources.
Keep it up!
Good page. It would be nice to have the names and elevations of all the peaks of this range and a link to those peaks that are already on SP (I do see the links that you have made. Are these the only ones that are on SP?).
on th left side of de page ("related mountians") one can see all mountains in the C.B., that are already listed in SP
Nice summary page. Maybe an overview map would be an idea.
Looks like a beautiful mountain.
You should see Chacraraju live, on the spot. It gets even better! ;-)
Thanks for this very nice page, I'm planning to go to this region in the near future. And did find on your page some really usefull information. Keep on doing the good work!
Very informative and beautiful page! The mountain is wonderful! Good job!
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I have adopted this page, and am happy to say it has been completely overhauled. Please see changes, and feel free to suggest any changes or additions to me!
I like what you've done with this page. It's members like you that keep this site alive.
Thanks! I enjoyed working on this. Now I have to tackle the Canadian Rocky Mountain Area page, then the Joshua Tree one!
Me and my partner are thinking of going next summer to the Cordillera Blanca for climbing and hiking. I know that in the past you only needed to pay the entrance fee to the National Park but you could hike without a guide. Do you know how is the situation now? Can you still climb independently or you are required to have a guide?