Good job here. Lots of photos and more importantly the peak has a following with different routes. Nice photos of the surrounding lakes.
This page has changed a lot since last viewed. What do you think of it now?
Only add more BOOKS if you can find them in amazon.com. Perhaps more text or some lists (for example, other main summits in the area) in the main page would be good.
I added a portrait pic on my hgrapid profile. I have put a lot of new photos in, which I believe are pretty sweet photos, even if some people give them only 3 stars for some reason. I'll try and add a specific route. I did add a trip report. I also cleared the Miscellaneous info section.
Warren Peak is kind of remote, like most mountains in Montana. Of course, it is far off I-90. This is way different than those "right-off-the-highway" peaks in Colorado. Locals know little about it, and it doesn't have much info on the internet. I think my page is solid and people will add to it. Hopefully my updated page warrents 4 stars now. Thanks for the input.
Lots of changes have occured on this page. Check it out now.
Daniel !! Great Job, with Great organization !!! Why don't You sign the SUMMIT LOG? and better yet, add Your TRIP REPORT?? It seems obvious that You've been there and a Trip Report really helps anyone who looks to follow in Your footsteps, have a safe ascent and enjoy their time !!!
You might also add a weather link. You know that i use www.weather.com and just put in the peaks zip code...again, that will help any aspiring climber or peak bagger.
Love Your photos, and just Hope that You have more. Thank You for taking the Time and the Care to organize this page and to help share this peak with other folks.
Nice work on this page. I know nothing about this area but with what you've provided here I could get there. Thanks.
Very nice page, I'd like to someday get out to Montana to do some climbing. It sounds nice because it's isolated so much which makes the experiece that much better without the hoards of people.
Yes, you will only find one or two others on the mountain during the summer. Also, you have to find your own way to the summit from the lake, which enhances the wilderness experience. It is a lot more exciting climbing this mountain than it was climbing Mt. Elbert in Colorado.
Good page. Well organized and helpful for anyone wnating to go. Keep up the good work.
Thanks a lot George!
Great page. I have wanted to get to the Pintlers for years and this page increases that desire.
Means a lot coming from someone who has such excellent pages and photos himself!
Thanks a lot!
I though I voted on this long ago sorry Dan.
Great job on this page. Cory