Camino de Crestone
“The planet’s first inter-faith pilgrimage”
“The planet’s first inter-faith pilgrimage”
Seven
Unforgettable Days
Amid some of the best of Colorado, at the foot of the sacred Sangre de Cristos, a village unique in all the world beckons you to experience ashrams, zendos, stupas, retreats, labyrinths, temples, sweat  lodges, sanctuaries and much more…
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GETTING HERE:
Crestone is not ‘on  the way’ to anywhere.  Yet it is not difficult to find.  Please do note that Crestone's elevation is 8000 feet above sea level (See 'Acclimatization'--under FAQs).

BY AIR:  You will want to fly into Denver International Airport, a 4-hour drive from Crestone, or into Albuquerque, a nearly 5-hour drive away (but not necessitating going over any mountain passes.
There are morning and evening flights into Alamosa, an hour from Crestone.  Our Camino Administrator has a list of several persons who, for $40, will pick you up and bring you to your pilgrimage starting point at The White Eagle Lodge.
(You will need to request such a service in your REGISTRATION.)


BY CAR: 
Crestone is a 3-hour drive from Santa Fe, Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Durango.  It is a 4-hour drive from Boulder and also from Denver International Airport, where you can rent a car.

BY BUS:  You can bus from Denver on the Black Hills Stage line, about a $34 trip one-way, or $32 for seniors.  Busses leave once a day at 2 PM from the downtown bus station.  You can go as far as Moffat, which is still 12 miles from Crestone.  Hitch-hiking is generally easy, or perhaps our Camino Administrator can arrange a ride for $15.  (Please request this in your REGISTRATION.




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