The Long Walk of Transition
The Camino de Santiago is a long hike or pilgrimage route across Northern Spain. The ancient pilgrimage, for centuries has been a place where people of all faiths come to contemplate, walk, talk to the Creator, walk some more and enjoy the simplicity the camino invites. In reality there are many routes and ONE WAY! Traditionally the pilgrimage started when you walked out your front door. This tradition requires tweaking for the majority of pilgrims today. As the saying goes "tu camino es tu camino" (your camino is your camino!). We are all on our own path, precisely where we are meant to be. Yet we do not journey alone!
Come join 4-10 other women in a similar season of discernment
LENGTH: 7 days/6 nights; 5 days of walking.
DISTANCE: 100-120 kilometers total (62-75 miles)
The route chosen for our purpose is the Northern route for breath-taking beauty and typically less pilgrims. If done in total, this route starts on the French/Spanish border in Irun and lasts for five weeks culminating in Santiago, Spain. Many variations of the same route exist. Yet the Cathedral of Santiago de Compestela where St. James the apostle is believed to have been buried is the definitive culmination of all Camino routes. The guided portion of the northern route for our time will begin outside of Santander and end near Llanes** - April 22-29, 2020.
**Exact route and overnight stops to be determined based on exact participants
Prior to going:
What to expect on the camino Q & A
Top 15 Holistic Body Care Tips
Pre-camino WhatsApp walking accountability
Pre-walk group zoom call
Complete itinerary & map of the route
Transition Journey Guide: Including centering exercises, daily thoughts and prayers
4 transition tools specific to the camino
Official Camino Passport
During the Camino
Booked accommodation in hotels, hostels, or guest homes
Coaching along the way
Daily group debriefing
Community along on the journey
Fun, memorable experience!
Meals (although a light breakfast may be included with some accommodation)
Transportation including airfare, train or bus if needed to get to starting point
Luggage transport between stages (if desired)
April 22-29 2020
early bird - October 1, 2019
deadline - March 1, 2020
“What an incredible opportunity to meet with the creator in such an amazing place. I felt so empowered having accomplished this. It was a trip I’ll never forget” - 2018 pilgrim
“After experiencing it I realized how much work went into it. Every penny was well worth it!” - 2018 pilgrim
“How very much I loved our journey and how happy I am to have finished!
— J.A. 2018 Pilgrim
“Whenever I felt sorry about this self-chosen hardship, I remembered faithful people who had no choice about their journeys. I recalled stories of refugees forced to walk far greater distances on hard roads in strange places…perhaps in a small way this journey could teach me something about solidarity with such folks”
— Paul Boers The Way is Made by Walking
“This will be a life-long memory, and I am thankful to have done it with a wonderful group of women.”
- J.Y. 2018 Pilgrim