The Camino de Crestone LLC
Camino de Crestone
An unforgettable interspiritual pilgrimage
After your Crestone Camino Perhaps you are moved enough, enthused enough, to wish to stay on in Crestone after your week-long experience of the Camino de Crestone. If so, there are a number of reasons to continue your stay: * Visit the Great Sand Dunes National Park...just down the road. * Hike some of our very accessible high country...and camp at North Crestone Creek campsites. * Take another tour:     —Crestone Artists:         Robin Ross has organized a number of artistic possibilities in touring the studios of our varied and talented Crestone artists, as well as working with one or more of them. Call her at:719-256-4182, and visit www.crestoneartists.com.      —Crestone Sustainable Building and Sacred Architecture:          Paul Koppana, eminent builder specializing in strawbale, will take you on a tour of Crestone's many and varied examples of sustainable building.  Crestone is not only a spiritual magnet, but a mecca of alternative building initiatives as well as sacred architecture.  There's even the possibility of a hands-on building experience, as that nothing teaches like experience.  You can create your own building/design post-Camino intensive with Paul at 719-937-7756. * After-the-Camino Accommodations (see B&Bs) If you are needing a place to stay on in Crestone, there are a number of B&Bs and spiritual centers.  (See OPTIONS/Accommodation Upgrades/B&Bs and/or Spiritual Centers.)                      The following suggestions offer discounts to pilgrims who present their Pilgrim Passports.                       * Or you might want to continue in the support of retreat mode: —I AM HARMONY:  Call Kiara at 719-256-4810. (link) —Haelan LifeStream Center and Retreat; Call Dr. John Day  (719-256-5898) (link)
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