Almost Everything Will Work Again If You Unplug It for a Short Time, Including You
Earth Camp – Plug into the Sacred Land
Find Your Deep Connection with Mother Earth, Nature, Spirit of Place, Ancestors & Otherworld
Discover your belonging – Enjoy the Community of tribe.
An experience that enables you to reset yourself.
Breakthrough and reconnect with your true innerself – kickstart your transformation.
Nestled at the foot of mighty Cader Idris in the Tal-y-llyn valley in southern Snowdonia, the camping ground is surrounded by Cader Idris National Nature Reserve and Dol Idris ancient relic woodland. With trees on three sides and the Afon Fawnog running alongside, a short distance to the lake and amongst spectacular mountains the area is an International Dark Sky Reserve.
Throughout the world there are dotted special places. Places where the ethereal veil that hangs between this world and Otherworld is that thin that it can be easily traversed, especially by those whose senses are developed.
These places, unsuprisingly, are known as ‘Thin Places’ and Cader Idris is one of them. She is also known as ‘Dragon Mountain’ and ‘The Gateway to the Otherworld’. Featuring in local folk-lore and mythology Cader is also recorded as the hunting grounds of Gwyn ap Nudd and the star-gazing seat of Idris the Giant.
There are a maximum of 15 places available on EarthCamp – you connect with the land through in-depth workshops and personal support
Earth Camp 2021
30th Sept – 3rd Oct
Workshops are included in the Price – as are tea/coffee/biscuits.
- Opening & Closing Ceremonies
- Morning Rituals
- Evening campfire stories & Stargazing
- Singing With the Voices of the Mountain (Working in our ancestral Mother-tongue – the reconstructed bronze-age proto-celtic)
- The Language of Trees
- Guided Walk (choice between Llyn Cau & Llyn Mwyngil – weather permitting)
I’ll definitely come back in the spring- Cader had a very profound effect on me x – Mags (Facebook)
‘Thank you had a brilliant time’ – Keith (Youtube)
‘Love it! What great memories’ – Alyson (Facebook)
‘Thanks Chris. What a brilliant time!’ Pauline (Email)