May 19-21, 2017
Join Earth Walks on both an outer journey to a remarkable ancient World Heritage Site and a journey of inner discovery in vast silence with the community of fellow travelers.
We’ll be guided by the Tesuque Pueblo sisters Bea Duran and Reyes Herrera and their family. They consider Chaco Canyon as ancestral home ground.
Our time will include guided walks through the ancient sites, time alone to experience the vast silence of the Canyon and group sharing and conversation around the evening fires and meal times. Bring a drum or musical instrument!
Cost: Sliding scale. $350 is the minimum, and if you can afford an additional amount it will help Earth Walks continue offering these journeys throughout the American Southwest. Includes all meals, Friday evening through Sunday morning; guiding services; campground fees. Does not include: transportation (by carpooling) entrance fees to Canyon, gratuities to guides.
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Earth Walks has been leading journeys through the Southwest and Mexico for over 20 years. For more information about our program, go to: http://earthwalks.org/