Life has many demands and moves fast. Our bodies, minds and spirits often need a chance to slow down, reflect and recharge. Ghost Ranch offers majestic and expansive space and support for such renewal. Guided wellness offerings and hikes will be available to you. However, you set your schedule for these days. Additional offerings are available for additional fees. Added value for this weekend is participation in the Cultural Honoring Day.
Saturday, January 11 – Join the Ghost Ranch community as we celebrate the cultures of our neighboring areas. With help from January Term students and indigenous friends from surrounding Pueblos and local tribes, begin the day early to prepare bread (baked in a traditional horno) and other traditional New Mexico foods like biscochitos, pastelitos, posole, and green and red chile stews as an introduction to Southwest foods. Hands-on demos and music, ceremony and dance will lead us to a feast for body, mind and spirit. Special guest performance by nine-time world champion Native American hoop dancer, Nakotah LaRance (Tewa-Hopi) to bless our sacred ground.
Special rates apply for this weekend event. $450 for two people, double occupancy; $375 for one person, single occupancy.
Includes two nights premium lodging for two, five meals (2 dinners, 2 breakfasts, 1 lunch).