A warm summer weekend, the family and just enough climbing to keep me humble – and hungry for more. Revenue Flats is a nice little climbing area about an hour west of Bozeman, and on this particular weekend, was oddly empty. The detritus of past visitors was readily apparent in the form of spent rifle shells and broken glass, but a good time was had by all. We simply put up a few topropes for both young and old and then proceded to hang out with good friends, eating PB & J’s and pita chips with hummus and fresh peaches. Altitude slickness, indeed.
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