Thanks Marcelo! But it's not a book, if it was I had to write something about every single mountain.
Wow, a lot of info and nice pictures!
Thanks! I'm not sure if you realized it but the pictures are linked from other pages and indeed none of them are mine. This is meant as an overview page solely...
A patient and long work. Bravo.
Spme typos :
-38: Vipiteno-Alpi Brenoie / Sterzing – Stubaier Alpen;
after Wentenspitze (2644m) erase a "return"
Thanks Paolo, also for the corrections. But the returns after Wentenspitze are mytifying me - I have deleted them several times but they come creeping back. I guess that SP isn't made for long mountain listings and complains by inserting returns :-)
Wow, again what a big, patient and accurate work of structering.
- I would put the mountains list at the end of the page. Not everybody is patient enough to look at the end to find the important sections "getting there" etc.
- If a mountain has already a page, I would give only one thumbnail picture of it. If someone is interested he will klick on the link and has all about this mountain. This would spare loading time of the page.
It should be mentioned that Stubai Alps - esp. the northern Sellrain area - is one of the best - and popular - tour skiing areas of the Alps.
I hope that I find the time to contribute
Thanks Mathias! Your suggestions are good, especially the one about the pictures.
I actually wanted to restrict myself to two pictures per mountain but after I looked over all 150+ photos and noted down the worthy ones I had forgotten which ones were the best. So I needed to link all pictures to see which ones should go. In the end I was too burned out and simply forgot.
As for the position of the listings I disagree. Actually it does not matter too much since this page is not meant to be read as an ordinary page but rather like an overview over the area. People won't get bored since nobody will read the listings top down.
Isn't it rather like this: There is a new mountain page of the Stubai Alps - you go here and have a look where that mountain is and what are its neighbours. You plan to spend some time here - have a look at the maps (still missing) and switch to the accommodation or hut links.
Thanks for the comment about ski touring. Though I knew it I'm no tour skier myself and tend to forget these things :o)
CLAP, CLAP, CLAP,...
No comments needed.
Thanks Walter, also for your fine pictures I have been using for this page.