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Ski and Serve

A Family Spring Break Retreat

Ski & Serve is a spring break family retreat with two days (Wednesday & Friday) dedicated to the slopes and two days (Thursday & Saturday) dedicated to working together on projects that will impact both Family Camp and Glorieta at large. If you’re looking for a meaningful family ski trip where you can also practice service & stewardship – AND have all your meals taken care of! – then this is the event for you.


Session 1: Tuesday, March 11 – Sunday, March 16

Session 2: Tuesday, March 18 – Sunday, March 23

Pricing: $100 per person registration fee (3 & under free), $300 per hotel room (either 1 king or 2 queens)

All meals & activities at Glorieta are included. Lift tickets, gear rentals, and transportation to the slopes not included.

Frequently Asked Questions

What ski resorts are close to Glorieta?

So many great ones!

– Ski Santa Fe (Link to website is just an hour away and is a very popular option for skiers & snowboarders of all levels.

– Sipapu (Link to website is a beautiful 1 hour 45 minute drive from Glorieta and is one of the most affordable ski resorts in the country. It’s also a great option for beginners.

– Angel Fire (Link to website is 2 hours from Glorieta and features spectacular views of the New Mexico High Country.

– Taos (Link to website is 2.5 hours away and offers legendary runs.

– Sandia Ski (Link to website is 1.5 hours away and is a great entry level ski area with beautiful views

– Pajarito (Link to website is 1.25 hours away and offers a number of beginner and intermediate runs at an affordable price. 

Do you provide lift tickets & transportation?

No, you’ll be responsible for purchasing your lift tickets, acquiring gear, and driving to & from the ski resort.

How many days will be dedicated to skiing?

Two days, Monday & Wednesday but you can choose just to ski one of those days or neither. There are so many things to explore around Santa Fe & Albuquerque if skiing is not your cup of tea. We have art museums, Meow Wolf, incredible hiking and biking trails right from camp, the old town square with lots of shopping, children’s museums, National Parks & Monuments, and so much more!

How many days will be dedicated to service projects?

Two – Tuesday & Thursday.

What will the service projects entail?

We’re still finalizing the project list, but come ready to paint, put together furniture, and to help with other creative projects to improve the area around New Mexico Hall and prepare Glorieta for summer!

Do I need to bring my own tools?

Nope! You’re welcome to, but it’s not required.

What if I have special skills I'd like to offer for projects?

Email and we’ll see what we can do.

Do I have to participate in service projects?

We highly encourage you to! We believe that serving together as a family is something that you will deeply benefit from. Plus, the service hours allow us to keep the cost for this event so low.

Do I have to ski?

Nope! You’re welcome to spend the day relaxing at Glorieta and soaking up the beauty of our property. Just know we won’t be facilitating any activities during the day.

When is check-in on Sunday?


When is check-out on Friday?


What will a day on the slopes look like?

8 am – Breakfast served at Glorieta, to-go lunch provided to take with to the slopes

6:30 pm – Dinner served at Glorieta

8 pm – Evening fellowship, worship, and fun! (Game Room, fireplaces, etc.)

What will a service day look like?

8 am – Breakfast

9-12 pm – Service Projects

12 pm – Lunch

1-4 pm – Service Projects

4-6 pm – Activity! (Snow Tube Hill, Fly Lines, etc.)

6:30 pm – Dinner

8 pm – Evening fellowship, worship, and fun! (Game Room, fireplaces, etc.)

Will you provide childcare?

No, we will not be providing childcare.

Will you provide a dedicated staffer like during Family Camp in the summer time?

No. Rather, think of this event as more of a personal family retreat to the mountains.

What is the lodging situation?

We’ll be using hotel rooms in the Hall of States building. These rooms either have 1 king bed or 2 queens, and you can select the room(s) of your choice during registration. We do have adjoining rooms available.

How do we pay?

Upon completing registration, you can pay in full, make monthly payments, or split your balance into 3 equal payments.

What's the cancellation policy?

Free cancellation up to 1 week before the start of the event. No refunds after that point.

Could I experience altitude sickness?

Yes it is possible both at camp or on the slopes. Make sure to drink lots of water and you may want to have an easier Monday and hit the slopes on Wednesday.


Questions?  Email