The 2020 Camino San Francisco Tempter Video

Caminos date back many centuries and are layered with meaning.

For some, a camino might simply be about physical exercise and adventure. For others it might be about the journey within, a spiritual journey.

For others it might be about meeting people and making new friends. The reasons are many and all to be respected.

The Camino San Francisco is modeled on the world famous Spanish Camino de Santiago and incorporates many of its features.

The Camino San Francisco is so named because it is seeks to elicit in participants an experience of the spirit that inspired Monsignor Hawes in his life and architectural works, namely the spirituality of St Francis of Assisi that honours and respects the natural environment and our place within it.

At this time the Camino San Francisco is an event held every one or two years. The first was in 2015 and was a two day walk from Northampton to Geraldton (See video above). In 2019 the Camino San Francisco will take a new route through the picturesque Greenough and Chapman Valleys.

See the Camino Schedule tab to view what is planned for this year or to Register for the 2020 Camino San Francisco go to Registration

Don't miss out on the
2020 Walk (31 July - 2nd Aug)!