It's under construction but this will become a 4 star page without any doubts. It's one right now !
Thanks Stefan! Did you see the coordinates on your Dolomite pages? I posted them as additions to the overview sections :-))
If you want you can already activate the link on the map. I'm not sure how far I'll get until the weekend when I'll leave for Sardegna (two weeks). Let's see....
crazily comprehensive, yet again Gangolf... nice page.
Thanks Tim. I had the idea of doing this the night before last - and here it already is. I'm amazed myself ;-))
After a basketball game and a few beers I finally found some time and went through this comprehensive page. I admire you - took the hardest piece of Dolomites and - voila - a great page again!
the fact is that the book (Alpenvereinsführer) is Very Good so that the list of summits has been rather easy. The remainder is just as easy if you like the group ;-) And Pale di San Martino have many more Rifugios.....
Thanks for sharing ...
Hi Beppe, I finally included the links to your panos on the Becca d'Aver page. Have a look
Well done. I'll have to publish pano shots I took on November sunset. All another quality; I find those ones flat, inespressive.
Next half-an-hour free ...
great page, well structured, and a big piece of work!
What I would mention in the overview is the - popular - possibility to combine several "vie ferrate" to a trip of several days.
Thanks, Mathias - do you have info on which ferrate are combined? I'm sorry to say that it is the first time that I hear of the tour :-( I would imagine it starts at Rotwand, gets down all the way along the Elfer subgroup - turns to Zwölfer and then to Paternkofel. But probably the Cadidni group is part? (btw. I never understood why we counted them among the Cortina Dolomites...)
At the time (1999) when I was there I didn't do ferrate - fear of heights (more or less overcome now)
Uf nice page!
Uf means something like satisfaction. =)
I kept this magnum opus of yours for the weekend to have the time to savor it. Outstanding job that shows a true passion. Not that these mountains do not deserve it. Though my heart is (guess where?) in the Brenta Group, I can't argue with those who like this area best. Thanks!
Thanks, also for the corrections. I'll have some trouble changing that map so probably the typo will remein for a while. About half a year ago we pulled together (Gabreiele, Vid, Mathias, Marco, Kletterwebbi and I) to put some structure into the Dolomite pages by posting group pages. I proposed and Gabriele (who else?) made the start with Catinaccio. Meanwhile there are a lot of good overview pages around and I'm happy to be the maintainer of quite a number of them.
My best memories (speaking of SP) have been the times when we discussed and worked on the Pale di San Martino and Vajolet Towers pages since it was a collaborative group effort. I have never been to the Pale so I needed the input to do the page. Luckily a friend of mine had been to the group some months before and came back with pictures and info.
Cheers and have a nice Sunday
BTW: what's your first name?
I cannot give you 5 star because is not allowed...;-))