Enter the Rehoboth Christian School campus, and immediately your eyes lock on to the unique beauty of this special place. More than 15 miles (24.14 km) of trails crisscross the wide-open spaces, framed by the jagged Hogback Mountains piercing the bright blue New Mexico sky.
These trails are part of Rehoboth’s story, having served as grounds for generations hikers, runners, and mountain bikers. Red rock, sandy hills, clay fields, sagebrush, and juniper trees put the geological wonder of our area on display for everyone trekking through the acres of paths. It’s not just about recreation either. Rehoboth’s PE program, academic classes, sports teams, and school clubs all use the trail network as part of their learning during the school year; and whether it’s the wide sandy areas or the hard-packed single track, there’s a place for everyone regardless of their age or skill.
The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it. Psalm 24:1
We are blessed to have land that proclaims this truth for everyone who visits us.