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Cami Catalan from Montserrat to San Juan de la Pena

Discussion in 'Cami Catalan/Cami St. Jaume' started by peregrina2000, Nov 15, 2012.

  1. peregrina2000

    peregrina2000 Well-Known Member Donating Member

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    I know there are several variants to this route, but a Spanish friend on another forum is going to walk from Montserrat to join the Camino Aragones at the Monastery of San Juan de la Pena. This is sort of a C-shaped camino, from Montserrat west to Huesca and then up north and east to San Juan. Not exactly a direct route, but most likely a beautiful one. Pilgrims could also start about 200 kms north on the Mediterranean, at the romanesque monastery of San Pere de Rodas and continue to Montserrat, etc. The possibilities are limitless!

    The attachment is a translated version of his notes on stages and facilities. Hope they may be of help to someone.

    Laurie

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