One big problem. You gave this an eastern longitude...so it is located in China somewhere.
Sure looks stunning! There seems to be a </ul> missing in your overview at the end of the list. I wouldn't use those quotation marks though I can understand why you did. Now the mountain is the first one on the mountains list. Also, there have been problems with special characters in the past. I'm not sure about mountain names but groups and countries had problems in their respective listings.
Wow. Another western beauty.
Nice page! Beauty of a peak! Thanks for sharing and have a good one!
Nice page. My only comment (if I interpreted your text correctly): An awful lot of cool registers have been disappearing in the Sierra over the past year or so. If you advertise the existence of an original Clyde register on the net, I'd worry that it will disappear likewise. I'd suggest either removing this from the text, or perhaps including at least a plea to anyone else climbing the peak to leave the register there for others to enjoy...
Hmmm, I'd prefer to leave it in the text as a point of interest, but do you think a plea would be safe enough if this is a problem? I'll add a plea for now.
I understand your point, and I agree that it's a real selling point for the peak--I plan on heading out there now to see this. I don't know if the assholes who steal these things would pay attention to a plea, but it can't hurt...
Matthew - I corrected Mark about the register. It was placed in the 1960's by a Sierra Club party. There is no Norman Clyde signature to be found.
My bad - next time I should take notes!