Pilgrimage Boughs made of sunlight's water, water's air and air's radiance never leave their root. We, passing by, thinking we are getting somewhere and making good time, cannot nod to each and every one or even to each cottonwood, juniper and       cedar. How then can we can we touch all that reaches up and out to us? Walking with our heart and letting feet follow empties all such burdens.
The schedule for the Camino de Crestone involves 8-days and 7-nights of the following elements: • Three excellent meals per day • Walking (about 2 to 5 km/day, or 1-5 miles a day) • Presentations / Meditations / Experiential participations • Rest • Journaling • Usually up by 7 AM • Lights out by 9:30 PM The Camino starts and ends on a Saturday. Please check the Calendar below to see if the week you’d like is open, as that only seven to twelve pilgrims are allowed per Camino. NOTE: Given that the nature of circumstances is to change, the Camino de Crestone may without prior announcement need to shift in route and/or in schedule” -- if so, every effort will be made to maintain the fullness of your pilgrim experience.
SCHEDULE/COSTS:
The Camino de Crestone LLC
COSTS:
The tution for your entire week long spiritual adventure includes: meals, lodging, luggage transport, presentations and events is $1,000 per participant. One half of the tution is payable at Registration and the final payment is due 14 days before the start of your selected Camino pilgrimage. Cancellation & Refund Policy Cancellations made prior to or by the Registration Deadline will be fully refunded, less a $100 administration processing fee. Reservations canceled between two and four weeks prior to the scheduled Camino start date will be refunded 50% of the total Camino Fee. Reservations canceled two weeks or less from the scheduled Camino start date will not receive a refund. **NOTE: Any Camino pilgrimage canceled because a minimum of 7 participants is not met will receive a full refund or the choice to participate in an upcoming Camino.
Camino de Crestone
An unforgettable interspiritual pilgrimage
Pilgrimage Boughs made of sunlight's water, water's air and air's radiance never leave their root. We, passing by, thinking we are getting somewhere and making good time, cannot nod to each and every one or even to each cottonwood, juniper and       cedar. How then can we can we touch all that reaches up and out to us? Walking with our heart and letting feet follow empties all such burdens.
The schedule for the Camino de Crestone involves 8-days and 7-nights of the following elements: • Three excellent meals per day • Walking (about 2 to 5 km/day, or 1-5 miles a day) • Presentations / Meditations / Experiential participations • Rest • Journaling • Usually up by 7 AM • Lights out by 9:30 PM The Camino starts and ends on a Saturday. Please check the Calendar below to see if the week you’d like is open, as that only seven to twelve pilgrims are allowed per Camino. NOTE: Given that the nature of circumstances is to change, the Camino de Crestone may without prior announcement need to shift in route and/or in schedule” -- if so, every effort will be made to maintain the fullness of your pilgrim experience.
SCHEDULE/COSTS:
COSTS:
The tution for your entire week long spiritual adventure includes: meals, lodging, luggage transport, presentations and events is $1,000 per participant. One half of the tution is payable at Registration and the final payment is due 14 days before the start of your selected Camino pilgrimage. Cancellation & Refund Policy Cancellations made prior to or by the Registration Deadline will be fully refunded, less a $100 administration processing fee. Reservations canceled between two and four weeks prior to the scheduled Camino start date will be refunded 50% of the total Camino Fee. Reservations canceled two weeks or less from the scheduled Camino start date will not receive a refund. **NOTE: Any Camino pilgrimage canceled because a minimum of 7 participants is not met will receive a full refund or the choice to participate in an upcoming Camino.
Camino de Crestone
An unforgettable interspiritual pilgrimage