another fine work
Another fine vote ;-) Thanks Rafa!
Gracias! How do you say in Portugese?
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<div> Wow what a <div> page!!</div>. Gotta love those panoramas! One of these days I'll <div> div that myself! </div> </div>
I have the feeling you're being a bit sarcastic :-) I thought all those divs might take their toll on Henry :-)
I really despair about my Internet "turtle-speed"' connexion (31 kb...), thus missing some of the wonders you offer to us all...
the snailspeed connection? Sorry about this. We DSL-Users always forget the less fortunate. Sometime last year I had to promise self-flagellation to Moni if I used more than two large pics on one page.
Here we go again....
Ouch, Ouch, ouch ...... (trailing off into the distance) .....
Very good again, Gangolf!
Beautiful "unknown" (to me)! Well done again!
Thanks Vid! The southern part of the Marmolada Group is not very well known so don't you feel bad about it. The more impressive summits are to the north and many of the mountains are only accessible with long hikes.
Falcade is located directly below the impressive Auta Chain but there is almost no possibility to get there (at least not easily). Therefore this is the only part of the group I didn't explore.
Quite contrary to the Padon Ridge quite obviously. We did the same tour you did last year, only the other way around: first Alta Via della Cresta starting from Fedaia lake and Porto Vescovo and back by Bindelweg. It was perfect weather - and I really mean perfect. I still don't know if I'll dump several tons of picts on your route, if I do a TR or if I will post one of the summits. Belvedere or Col da Cuch come to mind from both of which I took 360° panos. Maybe I'll send you the source code for a pano so you can use it on the route page.
I'm glad you have so nice plans, Gangolf! my hiking plans are currently all drowned - weekends are awful this year.
Never has so much sass been written into a mountain page.
Would I have to fly SAS Airlines to travel to this peak?
Luckily for you you don't have to fly SAS. Their service is nonexistent and their leg"room" suits a 12 year old.
mille grazie :-)
Nice photos, and great page!
Wow, this looks gorgeous. Great page, too--the panorama is very impressive.
Thanks Matthew - one man's sunflower is another man's Adam....