Whether you run, bike, swim or all three, we’ve carved endless excitement into our rugged mountains for a wide range of adventure races. We’ve got unlimited potential for adrenaline-pumping outdoor excitement and hosted events, including trail run adventures and our 15+ miles of mountain bike trails that are open for approved public use, not to mention our rushing rivers and towering mountain cliffs. The sky’s the limit. Take up a challenge, or host your next event here.
Big Mountain EnduroDate: May 26th, 2018
The Big Mountain Enduro 2018 Season Opener kicks off on May 26th at Wilderness Trek in Santa Fe, NM. It’s a one-day backcountry race entailing over 6,000 feet of long rocky descent. Expect super raw terrain, an abundance of new trails on private land, along with non-shuttle pedal transfers the entire day.
Xterra Tri the TortureDate: October 20th, 2018
XTERRA TRI the Torture is an Offroad Triathlon: Do it solo or as a team, but be sure to TRI it! The race will involve swimming in the new waterfront pond, mountain biking some brand new trails, and running in the Ponderosa Forest all followed by a wet finish.
Glory DaysDate: TBD
This year Glory Days at Wilderness Trek will be the New Mexico/El Paso Regional XC Championship. The race will be held on June 2nd at Wilderness Trek just outside of Santa Fe on Interstate 25. We will be using many of the same trails we have used the last two years but the course will be different but still loads of fun.
Tatonka 5k & 10k RunsDate: October 21st, 2018
The Core Crew is a all volunteer organization that is committed to producing high-quality off-road sporting events in the Santa Fe area. CORE Crew, Crazy Off-road Racing Enthusiast Crew promotes off-road events in Santa Fe, New Mexico since 2006.
Medical Services for Race ParticipantsThe health, safety and well being of everyone on our property for any event is our highest concern here at Wilderness Trek. We do our best to provide a safe and healthy environment. However, there are inherent risks involved with adventure racing and outdoor activities. Glorieta provides first aid and medical services to registered Glorieta Campers only, and does NOT dispense medical treatment or advice to race or event participants. A First Aid kit is available at the front desk and many of our staff carry First Aid supplies with them. Glorieta is also not responsible for personal injury to guests due to accidents resulting from participating in races or events, or from recklessness or carelessness. A Glorieta staff member may give medical advice, but it is per his or her personal training, and is only given at their discretion on their own personal behalf – not as a representative of the Glorieta. In case of extreme emergency, please call 9-911 and then contact your Race Host. In the event that a serious medical event or injury should occur, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) first response teams are just minutes away who are trained and equipped to handle medical emergencies. If the situation warrants, injured or ill individuals can be transported to the nearest hospital in Santa Fe, which is located less than 20 minutes away by vehicle, or only 5 minutes away by Care Flight.
Office HoursThe Glorieta Camp office is open Monday-Friday 8AM-5PM.
ParkingGuests should park in designated parking lots only. Your Race Host will give directions upon your arrival.
Private PropertiesEvent participants are asked to respect all private areas. Please only use the areas designated for your group.
SecurityGlorieta is not responsible for any lost or stolen articles. Please lock windows and doors on all vehicles. Valuables may be brought to the Glorieta office for safe keeping during a retreat.
Towels & LinensGlorieta provides linens and towels for hotel-style rooms only. Participants should bring linens if they are not provided for their specific accommodations.
Maps and Trail InformationFind trail maps, waivers/release forms, trail information, and camp maps in the Glorieta office foyer. If items cannot be found, ask the Glorieta office.
CampfiresCampfires are a great way to enjoy the outdoors. Glorieta has several staffed, designated campfire areas that allow guests to enjoy all the fun of a campfire while remaining safe and good stewards of the surrounding area. Glorieta staff members have been trained with special knowledge in how, when and where to build a fire in order to keep it under control and avoid the possibility of wildfire. Special protocols have been established in case of emergency, so there is no need for concern as long as guidance is followed.
Lost & FoundPlease bring any items found to the Front Desk. Articles left behind will be located and placed in Lost & Found. A lost item can be reported to the Glorieta main office during a race. Please contact the Glorieta office to retrieve any items left following the event.
PetsPets are not permitted on Glorieta property, or in any Glorieta buildings. Please leave all pets at home. Seeing eye and service dogs on a leash and under immediate control of the owner are accepted.
Base Camp Features
Some of the things that make Glorieta such a very special place.
Our wilderness is alive with dramatic and inspiring scenery—rushing rivers and quiet streams, isolated forests and majestic mountains that rise to challenge you. Glorieta is a place where heaven meets earth.
There are fun things to do everywhere you turn! Glorieta is built for fun and adventure and you'll find all sorts of outdoor activities designed to make your time at our basecamp breathtakingly exciting.
Health & Safety
The physical and emotional wellbeing of our campers are top priorities. Meals provide proper fuel for active bodies and every facility and activity is designed, built, staffed and maintained to eliminate chances for injury.