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    • M&M from OZ
      I’m sure that whichever route you choose, you’ll have a fabulous Camino. I was in your position last year and settled on the Cele Valley varient with a rest day where I took a train to Rocammadour. I can’t recommend this approach enough! The...
    • M&M from OZ
      We walked from Le Puy last September. We knew we would not walk this way again, so we did a lot of research. We spent two nights in Figeac, enjoying the old city there and taking the bus to and from Roccamadeur the next day. It was picture...
    • M&M from OZ
      M&M from OZ reacted to kayagee66's post in the thread Which route to take after Figeac? with Like Like.
      A very good quicker route i’ve done before is Figeac Espagnac Marcilhac Cabrerets St Cirq Pasturat (or Bears/Vers if you want to get a bit further ahead) Cahors. I book ahead on the Célé, there isn’t a great deal of accommodation, and i have...
    • M&M from OZ
      As someone else mentioned - take a day trip from Figeac to Rocamadour and return. We asked about this in the Tourist Office in Figeac (in 2009). They made a phone call for us to 'Taxi Pat' to meet us at the train station in Rocamadour (I...
    • M&M from OZ
      I have walked all of the variantes, including the GR651 Voie du Célé and the GR6/46 Voie de Rocamadour ... GR651 Voie du Célé is magnificent with dramatic scenery and a good number of ups and downs; GR6 Voie de Rocamadour is more gentle but also...
    • M&M from OZ
      M&M from OZ reacted to Pelerina's post in the thread Which route to take after Figeac? with Like Like.
      I know others who've done the same and very happy with that. Sounds like a great approach to me.
    • M&M from OZ
      M&M from OZ reacted to Jarrad's post in the thread Which route to take after Figeac? with Like Like.
      For more detailed discussion on each variant, I recommend listening to Dave Whitson's podcast "The Camino Podcast," if you haven't already. Episodes 66 and 68 hone in on the options, but his 10-part series on the Le Puy covers it section by...
    • M&M from OZ
      M&M from OZ reacted to Pelerina's post in the thread Which route to take after Figeac? with Like Like.
      We met a few (though not many) along the path. As I recall they were taking from 4 and up to 7 days. With a bit of planning it's possible to break things up according to your needs / preferences. We had plenty of time as it was a stand alone...
    • M&M from OZ
      G'day, Like others I will strongly recommend the Célé Valley route. The entire walk is great but the thing that is not to be missed is the caves at Peche Merl, a 1 km or so north of Cabrerets. It is a remarkable experience to come face-to-face...
    • M&M from OZ
      Sounds a good plan.
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