We went to Church in Sedona this morning at Christ Church Wesleyan Church.
After Church we stopped for groceries to get food for the next fews days. We then headed back to the hotel to pack up for our day hike up to the top of Brins Ridge. We started up at 11am.
The views around the top of Brins Ridge were incredible. You could almost see a 360 degree view from the top of the ridge.
During a short lunch break on our hike, students using map navigating skills to identify where we were located.
A student group photo with the Brins Ridge in the distance.
Before our ascent to the top of Brins Ridge, Dr. John Whitmore & Dr. Steve Austin take an opportunity to talk with students.
On the walk up Brins Risge, overlooking Brins Mesa with Wilson Mountain in the background.
Manzanita tree that did not make the 40000 acre forest fire several years ago.
Manzanita tree getting new growth after being burned at the top of Brins Ridge.
Dr. Leonard Brand of Loma Linda University talks with Dr. John Whitmore & Dr. Steve Austin about the parabolic recumbent folds at the top of Brins Ridge.
Getting towards sunset with the sun hitting Wilson Mountain.
Chris Giffin earns extra credit laying out on the edge up top of Brins Ridge.
Large group shot at the top of Brins Ridge with the group of Loma Linda University & Cedarville University.
The Cedarville group at the top of Brins Ridge just before our walk down.
After a long walk down, 7 hours later, we headed back to the hotel and then all went out to eat.
Back to the hotel for the evening.