We are here in the Blue Mountains to support all Caminos in Spain and we are excited and willing to share the wonderful spirit of the Camino that so many of us call - life changing, wonderful and amazing.
We try to emulate the Camino spirit and camaraderie through regular Camino Meet-ups, dinners, movie nights and self-guided training walks from a few hours up to 5 days in our stunning Blue Mountains.
Stories and information are shared to help those who dream of walking, Pilgrims who have walked as well as to the curious and just wanting to know more; to understand the power and the healing that can be derived from this ancient pilgrimage. Buen Camino
Join us at our regular Camino Meet-ups held the 4th Saturday of most months 4.00-6.00pm (times TBA for 2019) at our base in beautiful Blackheath. Come along to learn, listen, share, give back and get involved. Meet new people, make new friends. EVERYONE IS WELCOME!!
NOTE: The Camino Meet-ups will resume in February 2019
See the 'What's On' calendar of events hosted by the Blue Mountains Camino group for details of dinners, special events, Camino Meet-ups, movies and walks....
SOME UPCOMING EVENTS : New events for 2019 to be advised
5 Day Camino style training walk - completed!
A big thank you to all the walkers who participated in our 5 day Camino style training walk held 25-29 September 2018. It was a great adventure with several people completing the whole 5 days and many coming for just some of the time. Day 1 from Penrith saw 11 walkers start which increased after lunch to 14 walkers. By Saturday Day 5, we had 'lost' a few due to other commitments, AFL GF! or blisters, however we gained new walkers and a total of 18 walked from Katoomba to Blackheath and onto Glenella Guesthouse with others joining in for the Camino Meet-up at 4pm. It was a successful 5 day walk, and we are seeking feedback for improvements/changes to the route for the next 5 Day Camino Style Training Walk, hopefully in 2019!
Big thank you to everyone who participated and those involved in the mapping, planning and organising of the training walk, especially to Sue Rauchfuss from the Blue Mountains Supporters of the Camino group for her tireless organisation. Also heartfelt thanks to all of our 'albergue' and dinner hosts.