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The Descend to Acebo
I agree-- this is the part of the Camino where ankle-height boots are a blessing from heaven. I saw people on hiking sandals on that stretch that had to go really, really careful because even if stepping right, the stones and incline were very tricky to maneuver without exerting higher stress on hips and knees.
 
@gerardcarey - The first time I took the trail all the way to Molinaseca it literally kicked my butt. It was a dry day too. So the last two times, after reaching Acebo, I have walked on the road facing traffic. Fortunately traffic was very light and I never felt like I was in any danger.
 

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