great page! What about a general routes-overview?
Short and sweet. I like!
Looks great. Nice work...
It has been a week and you still havn't made the changes to the page that mbpro asked the new maintainer of the page to do. It was a 4 star page, but until we see it improve and you stop neglecting it the rating will only drop into the adoption catagory. By the way, I tried to e-mail you this complaint but your address is not active-why am I not surprised.
damn page squatters
I updated this page. Let me know what you think. I hope it's not too extensive. I feel this page should be the "main" page for Indian Peak Wilderness "Red Tape" and "Camping." I will drop a link to this page on my other IPW pages for these two extensive catagorys.
Kane's updating with photos and text of this page are just stellar. Excellent work worthy of this dynamic pair of mountains.
Nice job getting this page and summit the attention it deserves. Thanks for posting my photo on the front page!
Great idea. Indian Peaks is a wonderful area with lots to offer from the same trailheads so the information is redundant.
Nice work Kane. Thanks for rescuing this mountain.
Great job Kane, thanks for taking over!
Traverse is well documented both descriptively and pictorially
You have done a nice job on the Arapaho Peaks Page. I am quite flattered that my photos are so prominent. Thank you. This coming summer North Arapaho is on my menu...
Very good work!
Great work Kane, too bad that what appears to be the most awesome feature on these peaks is closed.
A fitting page for the IPW flagship: Great pictures and plenty of information. I kind of object to calling the Arapaho Glacier "enormous," but it's a matter of opinion. On the other hand, the assessment of the traverse is spot on.
My usual proofreading report.
This impressive collection of jagged peaks is home to 35 named peaks and 23 of are over 12,000 ft., and seven are over 13,000 ft. -> This impressive collection of jagged peaks includes 35 named peaks, 23 of which are over 12,000 ft, while seven are over 13,000 ft.
Denver Co. -> Denver, CO
but having and experiencing solitude can be had for those willing to look for it. -> but solitude can be had by those willing to look for it.
Arapaho Peaks deserves -> Arapaho Peaks deserve
After the ski area-> After the fork for the ski area (?)
reprtedly -> reportedly
summery -> summary