On their last day in New Mexico, Amherst College students Kat Libby and Alex Strecker were joined by Navajo Mentoring Program graduate Kyle Clark for a trip up Sandia Peak.
Kyle is heading to New Mexico State University in the fall.
The towering peak is accessed by the world’s longest aerial tram and reaches 10,378 feet, offering a spectacular 11,000 square-mile panoramic view of the Rio Grande Valley.
It also offered a chance to make snowballs in late May.
The next morning it was back to Massachusetts, tired but happy from a great trip.
We look forward to seeing all our friends on the Navajo Nation again next year.