Routedescriptions will be added
Very good page! One minor suggestion: try using the best photo as a signature photo for the page.
Photos will be added as well as some links to books and sites which give detailed descriptions of the falls.
Good page in basic, but it certainly needs more to come on it: As this is not a mountain, but a collection of frozen waterfalls, route descriptions and more photographs are needed.
Great page, got anymore photos?
More photo's will be added asap.
Do you have more details about the ice climbs?
March 24, 2005: Edit to 2-stars to encourage more work on the page.
I'm not a climber of waterfalls but for these the page is surely very useful. Stubaital is the central valley of the Stubai Alps. Therefore I advise you to attach it to the Stubai Alps when editing the page. The links in the section mountain conditions should be formed as a hyperlink (see FAQ)
thanks. I updated the site. Linked it to the Stubaier alps and made some hyperlinks.
0 meters? Despite what anyone says, this page still needs important data.
Add info if you have.
No routes? take a better look. Several falls mentioned.
No feet?? What's that?
No coordinates. Pfffffff..........
Please take a closer look at it. I checked the links 2 weeks ago, so they should still be working.
How tall is the mountain? ZERO? So it is no higher than anything?
It's not a mountain, it's a valley. ..
I changed my vote, but elevation is not 0 meters anywhere in the Austrian Alps.
I speak a little German, so I know that "tal" means valley, but for the sake of most readers you should put some explanation right at the beginning that this page isn't about a mountain at all.
The HTML on the page is badly mangled - if you fix it maybe I can see some more useful info on this page and be able to raise my vote.
but I would be interested to know a little bit more about Stubaital as a whole (and not only ice falls). I mean: hikes, peak climbing, huts... I'm not a ice climber and we are heading over there in two weeks time ;)