good for traveling
Severely lacking. What a turd.
This is so lacking in content that it doesn't seem worth the effort. I looked at 4 popular climbing areas in Colorado, plus the entry for Joshua Tree, CA. Links are broken, no routes are documented, there was only one photo for 5 climbing areas, and the text was so bare-bones that it was worthless.
I like the site concept. Hope you can fill it with quality content.
Reasonable concept (link farm, subdivided by state and climbing area); questionable execution.
Connecticut page has good list of 13 climbing areas -- tho at least the 3 areas near Storrs are missing. The first of the 13 is Cathole, but both of the "guidebook" lks are to dead pages, one at (Yahoo) Geocities and one at the stellar Ragged Mountain Foundation. The Cathole entries are so poorly maintained that no one has retargeted the RMF lk to http://tinyurl.com/22hxj6 ( http://raggedmtn.org/pn/index.php?module=ContentExpress&file=index&func=display&ceid=9&meid=7 ), where there are decent maps and what amounts to an alert that belayers are unlikely to hear, e.g., "ROPE!" yelled from the top-rope-anchor area.
(I'm not going to be the one to update it, unless evidence emerges that there's nothing better, and this deficiency is just a matter of CT climbers failing to do their part to maintain it. For now my quick impression is of a site that generates ad income by suckering in climbers who think the owner has created a working info site, which in fact will come into existence only if and when those climbers do it themselves.)
Image: Google thumbnail of another valuable Cathole resource, whose full-size image is at http://www.newenglandbouldering.com/connecticut/cathole_routes.gif