A few morning clouds didn’t keep this crew of Narwhals out of the mountains! On September, 17th, thirty two students took a train ride up to Breakneck Ridge and scrambled up the cliffs of the Hudson River. Breakneck is a deceivingly strenuous hike at only 2.7 miles. But that was not a problem for this group! With a steep incline and rock scrambling most of the ascent, the group carefully made their way up to the summit. It turned out to be a stunner of a day, with bright blue skies and warm temperatures.
We look forward to seeing everyone back for our next hike on September 30th at Palisades Park!
Event leaders: Hannah Emmert & Ian Henderson