Our first EverWalk Journey took place in April 2022 in Northern New Mexico.

Five days of ten-mile walks through Santa Fe, Bandelier, Ghost Ranch, and even the famed pilgrimage to the Sanctuario at Chimayo. In addition to our walks, we volunteered at a prairie dog retreat, visited some of Northern New Mexico’s most iconic small towns, ate delicious New Mexico cuisine, and were entertained by Diana’s one-woman show.

This was EverWalk‘s first migration away from Epics — no longer going 20 miles per dayand moving luggage to a new location each night, but instead deeply exploring the walks and culture and history of an area.

Our Northern New New Mexico Journey proved such a success that we held a second EverWalk Journey in October 2022.

We spent a long weekend in the Hudson River Valley — three days of 10-mile walks through  fall foliage, across the Cuomo bridge, along the 19th-century aquaduct that brought water to New York City, and through the wooded trails where millionaires once lived. In the evenings, we visited Sleepy Hollow Cemetery and the Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze as well as enjoying local cuisine.


Our next EverWalk Journey will take place from April 28 – May 3 in the Blue Ridge near Asheville, North Carolina.

We are excited to see if four days of 10-mile walks and five nights together will be our sweet spot as we explore the Biltmore Mansion and gardens, walk the beautiful trails and roads in this scenic area filled with spring blooms.


There are a few spaces left for our EverWalk Blue Ridge Journey Spring 2024.

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This was my first EverWalk experience.  I’m healthy but not a super athlete or a speed walker.  I was worried I wouldn’t be able to keep up the pace.  I was pleased and even thrilled that I not only managed  but thoroughly enjoyed the daily and nightly walks.  I felt satisfied and even proud that I did it.  I loved meeting and talking with Diana and Bonnie,  and I was deeply affected by the power of their intention.  The welcoming spirit and passion for living were palpable.  All in all, the experience was a gift.

Salome Chasnoff, Illinois

The Hudson Valley Journey was a special walk for me, even though I have done  four previous EverWalks. I needed a bit of a challenge, physically. Which it was. I also needed to feel supported  by old friends and new friends. And I did.  I wanted to leave the walk with a skip in my step,  feeding off the positive energy and inspiration of the group  and what we had all experienced together. I’m still skipping.  Thank you to Diana and Bonnie for making this the best EverWalk I have ever experienced.
Ginger Garrett, California