Very informative and well laid out page as always Gangolf! I really enjoy your new feature that allows us to pan around the entire summit.
Thanks Sean! I still need to label that pano and that's the major pain of it all. Once you have done it once you can just copy the code and exchange the picture numbers. But the labels are individual :-(
Thanks Marcelo ( I already forgot the portugese expression :o()
And if the weather would have been more cooperative...
Thanks Livio! The weather wasn't too bad - we actually got quite sunburned! But faraway views were not possible. On the large pano you can barely see Civetta on the right hand side above Col Margherita...
Sie addieren eine Tonne Fotos gangolf
Not only are you the leader in points, but you the leader in the quality of the pages. Your pages always set the bar higher. Amazing page as always.
Thanks! The challenge is to spark some interest in people who live on the other side of the world. You need to go the extra mile ;-)
The page definite sparks the interest. Now all I need is money.
I expected this summit, Gangolf! I said to myself: "They must have been there". Just great that you added it.
Thanks Vid! I think the Federspiel Ferrata would be interesting for you too. You don't need any ferrata gear, it's easy enough but longish. Best trailhead is Malga di Crocefisso in Valle di San Nicolò. Look for perfect weather though.
Great page Gangolf!
Didn't you say once not too long ago that you were going to "slow down" on adding mountain pages? I see you have chenged your mind! Keep them coming!!!
Great page. It looks like a great area.
Thanks Scott. A while ago? I guess that was before July when I ran out of photos (and pages) to post. I reloaded during those three weeks. I just went south of the San Pellegrino Valley to post a new page on Cima Iuribrutto. Very interesting because the Spiz was Austrian territory during WW I while Iuribrutto was Italian. They couldn't use Artillery which didn't reach that far back then. So they actually stormed the other side on foot with mounted bajonets. No one lost the fighting but the Austrians lost the war and so both ridges are Italian today.
The GH standard = Excellent!
I'm just curious how your elaborate pages will work for me in two weeks - from internet cafés in Asia.