It would help if when the leader enters the title that was previously a designated trail if it clearly shows this trail is still included un
It would help if when the leader enters a Routes and Places title that was previously a designated trail in planning a future trip if it clearly shows this trail is still included under a different route/place name
We already have this capability. Thee are two places where we can indicate alternate titles, the Summary and the Title tab. Examples of each of these to this suggestion form Mount Olympus/Blue Glacier, https://www.mountaineers.org/activities/routes-places/mount-olympus-blue-glacier.
Also, the text in the Summary field and the titles in the Titles tab are indexed and used to rank results high in search results, so it should be easy to find Routes & Places by any of its alternate titles or words from the Summary.
If there are specific Routes & Places where we need to improve the Summary to indicate all of the options and variations for a route, or we need to add titles to the alternate titles list, please use the Route/Place Updates, Images & Resources Form, https://www.mountaineers.org/activities/route-place-updates-images-resources.
If you find an activity you led in the past on your My Activities page, you can find the route/place in that activity. If that route/place is retired, there is a note at the top of the route description with a link to the route/place to use.
If we have a good Summary and all the titles we need in the Titles tab, but a route is not high in the search results, or you’re having trouble finding the route/place you need, please send an email to our Member Services Team.
If you’d like to learn more about our Routes & Places, please visit our How to Request New or Updated Routes & Places, https://www.mountaineers.org/volunteer/schedule-manage/activities/how-to-request-new-or-updated-routes-places.