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In 2023 just under half a million people walked the Camino in Spain (Camino means “The Way” in Spanish). Many other pilgrimages also exist, and the number and reach are growing.

Camino Manitoba was formed in recognition that there is a desire for gaining spiritual health through walking but that the experience can and should be available closer to home and with shorter time commitments. The meditative nature of walking has been shown to promote wellness in many ways. Camino Manitoba adds to this individual journey a communal aspect, the benefits of meeting others and traveling together and sharing our stories and lives with one another.

Camino Manitoba is a community of walkers and a social enterprise (non-profit business). Our monthly walks are free (we do accept donations particularly for our events in which we pay speakers, facilitators, artists, musicians and cooks). Our weekend walking retreats have some costs associated with lodging and hiring staff for facilitation, organizing and catering.
We are dedicated to promoting simple living, spiritual health and overall well-being.

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