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Three hour series includes excerpts from over fifty hours of original interviews, hundreds of never before seen photos, exotic film clips, and a lot of very cool stuff . . . all backed by a mind-blowing original soundtrack.


On the Roads to Santiago...Walking The Way of St. James

During the Middle Ages, the Christian pilgrims of Europe would seek grace by “Walking the Way of Saint James” to Santiago de Compostela, Spain, a legendary pilgrimage, to the resting place of Jesus’s disciple James the Greater, said to have been the son of Mary Magdalene.

This so-called “walk” was, and is today for some, well over 800 miles, requiring weeks and months of overnight rests in forested hostels, cities, monasteries and mountain villages along the ancient routes. The routes themselves cover picturesque roadways and paths dating to the 3rd Century.

This is not a trek for the fainthearted, but one that has become more popular than ever with our health conscious, experience-seeking 21st century, adventuresome world and its participants who love to trek, regardless of religious beliefs and fervor.

The film follows and tells the stories of a number of them. In 2014 more than 200,000 made it by foot, bicycle, horseback, and donkey, escaping the modern world for weeks and months of walking in foreign lands. 

Watch the full film here: (video password: santiago)

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Roads to Santiago

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