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Santiago de Compostela was one of the three holy cities of the world during the Middle Ages. From far and wide pilgrims made their way on foot to the city in northwestern Spain to visit the shrine of the apostle, St. James.
Walk with Chris Newland as he begins his first week traversing Spain’s oldest walking path. A 6 week 900KM (560 miles) journey that is over 1,000 years old. This episode chronicles Chris’s first amazing week of walking across northern Spain as he crosses the Pyrenees, on the first day, to a wild challenge of running with the bulls.
Chris Newland’s walk along Camino de Santiago continues, with just as much excitement as the first week. Walking through long stretches of rolling hillside, in the baking sun, each village and town is like a elegant oasis
We have come to week three with Chris Newland as he walks the Camino de Santiago as he is just leaving the town of Burgos, in the middle of festival of San Juan and San Pedro. Ahead of Chris lies a long walk through the Alto Meseta, a large stretch of wide open terrain that many walkers fear to tread.
Week Four is full of magic, mystery, myths and legends as Chris Newland continues his six week quest along the Camino de Santiago. This week, Chris walks from Leon and Astorga, into the highest mountains of the route.
The fifth week of walking the Camino de Santiago, Chris Newland finds himself discovering a wider diversity of sites. Chris starts in the hill top village of Ocebero, a place founded by ancient Celts, then a stroll through a forest of eucalyptus trees and on to picturesque albergue.
A virtual pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago — invites everyone to explore its most emblematic routes, the cultural, natural and architectural wonders, and the stories of the people who bring it to life
Call Number: MOH AV Video (DVD) PN1995.9.D7 W29 2011
Publication Date: 2010
Tom goes to St. Jean Pied de Port, France, to collect the remains of his adult son, who was killed in the Pyrenees in a storm while walking the Camino de Santiago. Rather than return home, Tom decides to embark on the historical pilgrimage to honor his son's desire to finish the journey.