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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-26-2015, 08:57 PM Thread Starter
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Default Rigby,Revolution Peaks August 23,2015

After a great day on Mount Brew,we woke up at our campsite and start driving in the morning to Molybdenite lake from where we got up on the ridge to Rigby Peak.
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Pretty short hike to Rigby Peak from the lake,then Brian decided to go back and go to Onion peak while rest of us continued to Revolution Peak.
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Pretty easy ridge,just again as almost all the terrain in that area,pretty loose at the summit.
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Great views from Revolution Peak from where 3 of us(Michelle,Dave and me ) decided to keep going to Money Peak and Gordon decided to hike back to the lake.
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Money Peak looked a bit too steep and kind of pointy,so we made a decision just to stop on a subsummit and make a summit photo with 20$ bill and go straight down into meadows.
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After few minutes going down I realize that I am missing something,I forgot my sun glasses on the sub summit that we were just minutes ago,I didn't even bother to go back,so who is going to go next up there might find a present if they will be in good shape.
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The descent wasn't that bad just few minutes of bushes and minutes later we were on the road and back at the car at 1 PM.
Felt kind of bad since it's only 1 PM,and usually by this time you will be not even half way on your trip,but it was a long drive back home.

Alex.
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See you are having lots of fun.... and thanks for sharing your reports and photos. That last hike sounded great, short and sweet, time for a good shower when you get home.

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See you are having lots of fun.... and thanks for sharing your reports and photos. That last hike sounded great, short and sweet, time for a good shower when you get home.

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Thanks Karl,it was a short one but if you don't have a good 4x4 might be a long one,or access from Texas Creek,from the other side,and that road it's fully 2wd,it's just more bushes on your way up,but still doable .

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