Keep going Gangolf! Your one of these solid blocks in the fundament of SP!
Thanks Jennifer. Have a nice Sunday (halfway through here already).
Nice page and very useful overview Gangolf like always!
Can I ask you something..how do you make such a nice maps? I wanna try to :-) Because they are very very very useful! Just a little advice about making and how to do :-)
I Scan a real map, import it to Powerpoint and there draw the mountains, ridges (as I see them), trails and so on. In the end I draw the timberline, remove the scanned picture and do the annotations.
Ok thanks for help Gangolf. I will see what I can do :-)
Don't forget the pictures! Go climb some Julian Alp mountain and shoot away towards Cavallo....
Hm I will check the maps and see from where the photos will be the best! From Julian Alps I also see many peaks in main ridge of Carnic Alps.
Well, take your time, Bor. But it would be nice to have labelled overview pictures of any of the subgroups. Much like I did with the Carnic Alps Main Ridge West Page. Or the Sexten Dolomites, or the Lienz Dolomites, or .......
Best are pano pictures made up of two or three pictures - they are not so heavy to load on SP and still large enough so that you can still distinguish the peaks.
As I will post the other two remaining Carnic Alps Group pages over the winter you can be pretty busy ;-)
I will give all from me! :-))
Very neat and comprehensive page Gangolf! Great work as always and have a good one!
Thanks a lot Marco.
Just like your doctor told you, you took a week off. Well, almost a week anyway.
What an effort, Gangolf!
Thanks Klaus. You need to do something when you're staying at a hotel the whole week. Better than watching the telly...
Great page, how much time did you spend. well done.
Thanks Noah! I spent two nichts in a hotel room with a map on my lap.... ;-)
See? Everybody on SummitPost already feels he needs a doctor. Now he's already speaking half-German. He spent two nichsts in a hotel. Or was that one of those Freud's lapses.
Sorry old chap! Just joking ;-)