The Caminata is a shorter version of the Camino de Sonoma and can be a single stage of the six-stage Camino or a shorter path, 6-8 miles in length, completely separate from the Camino de Sonoma. Typically, the Caminata will provide a deeper dive into the cultural, historical and spiritual depth of a particular location along or near the Camino de Sonoma and includes a shared meal with participants for a time of communal sharing.
Caminatas are for those seeking a pilgrimage experience of a shorter distance and duration. Caminatas can be a good entry point for those contemplating adding pilgrimage to their personal disciplines.
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