I'll give you some stars when you add some info.
Thanks for the early material submission. I added some basic information. Do you have any good pictures that you'd like to share? If yes - please post them! I will be scanning some shortly.
going strong!! keep up the good work! =:D
Nice work, interesting idea for a mountain.
Good page. Great pics, good links, good route description, good book !!!! Thank you for taking the time to get this information together to share with all of us !!!!
Thanks for your kind words. I am glad that you enjoyed the page!
Any specific reason for rating this page 3 stars? I'd gladly improve it if you found some issues.
naw, i usually save four stars for truly exceptional but looking at the page i see it isnt lacking anywhere. ill change my vote, there's nothing wrong with your page as much as i grade too harshly sometimes.
Oh, thanks :)
Unfortunately there is not too much to write about this one beyond what is written. It is not too spectacular, just a sister of Shasta that has pretty much the same features.
i agree, i wasnt knocking your page...just indicating my internal rating scale...
Love seeing the weather in the page.
Thanks for the vote!
Great Job on a overlooked mountain. It seem like Shastina would be a great warm-up for other mountains.
Great page duuuude!
Thanks young fellow. Put this peak on your list. The lakes up there are decent.
I could be wrong, but does it say anywhere which knob is the summit? I sat up on both just to be sure but they both looked close. It would be nice if that info was added.
The info isn't there because I have not seen anything reliable on which of the two summits might be the highest. When I was there and it was snow free there was actually one register on the west summit and another on the saddle between the two... because placing it on either seemed arbitrary I assume. It's fairly easy to do both but if I had a good answer surely I would include it.
I sat on both just to be safe, I just wasn't sure which picture to brag about. :)
Personally I like the view from the saddle looking at the west summit with Shasta above. Thanks Nick!