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Published on Mar 7, 2011
The Camino de Santiago in northern Spain is the traveler's paradise: a long open trail through the mountains of France and Spain, meandering through Pamplona, Burgos, Leon, and finally Santiago where the revered bones of St. James evidently rest. The journey becomes more of a personal spiritual awakening, however, as "pilgrims" whether they be religious or not, pick up their belongings and walk through the vineyards, meadows, woods, and mountains of this enchanting country. Joel Addams directs the short documentary on what it means to certain people to hike the Camino and mixes his our still photography to visually tell the story of the struggles of hiking over 500 miles.