Peak Camino Experience

“a walk less trodden”

3 day walking retreat

2017 dates to be announced shortly, please register your interest and we will email you with more information

Ravenstor → Eyam → Hathersage → Stanage Edge

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Walk in the spectacular Peak District, from Ravenstor, through the beautiful valleys and moorlands, visiting the historic plague village of Eyam, and enjoy the breath taking views from Stanage Edge.

This journey moving from closed to open spaces from valley to the edges is an opportunity to increase physical wellbeing and explore your inner journey, one of inspiration and possibilities.

Walking in this natural environment offers both peace, tranquillity, and energy, invigorating all the senses. There will be opportunities to walk silently and mindfully, to walk at your own pace or together with others.

This journey brings 8 people together, sharing thoughts, conversation and quiet reflection.


Inspired by walking the Camino De Santiago, a 500 mile journey across northern Spain, an old pilgrim route, Dawn and Anne invite you to join them on this 3 day Camino experience. Stepping out of your day to day life, slowing down, creating time to relax, reflect, de stress and re energise.

For those who enjoy walking...this is for you.

For those who would like to experience the Camino way of life, walking, talking, sharing meals and spending evenings together, then walking again the next day, staying in hostels recreating the 'albergue' experience.....this is for you.

For those who would like to spend some time away from the treadmill...this is for you.

This is much more than a walk, this is an experience of walking together that goes beyond the physical. It engages with hearts and minds.


Friday 9th September meet at Hathersage. Transport provided to Ravenstor YH for an evening meal, meet your hosts Dawn & Anne and your fellow walkers.

Saturday - 8 mile walk to Eyam through the stunning and awe inspiring Cressbrook Dale, Tansley Dale and passing the infamous Peter's Stone.

Staying at Eyam YH, following an evening meal a talk by Dawn & Anne ‘Walking the Camino and becoming members of the United Nations of Walkers’.

Sunday - 9 mile walk over moorland and through woodlands into Hathersage. Staying in a hostel, recreating the ‘albergue experience’, sharing the cooking and eating of a perigrino meal.

Monday 12th September, our last day we walk on to the Edges to enjoy the glorious vistas and once again reflect on our journey before heading home.

Meals, including a packed lunch will be provide.

Transfer of bags available between hostel.

You will require a day sack, walking boots or shoes and appropriate clothing for the weather.

This walk is steep in places, with step stiles and over uneven ground.

We live in a fast-paced society. Walking slows us down.

Robert Sweetgall