Indian Canyon serves as a refuge for these people who have no
land upon which they can perform their ceremonies. Up to
5,000 people visit this
hidden refuge each year, taking
part in ritual, educational programs, and vision quests.
Programs, Elders, and
At-Risk Youth all have
different things to gain and contribute, and to share with one
another. Many visitors have sent their formal
good wishes on the success of
what Indian Canyon offers.
People of all faiths and origin are
welcome. We ask that you respect the earth, come with peace in
your heart and the willingness to share yourself with others of
like mind, seek to understand, and be tolerant of the beliefs of
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