I'm part of a small team that has recently launched an advertisement-free website (the 'Caminopedia Project') with extensive Camino information. It's our way of trying to give back to the Camino community.
As part of the site, there is an extensive collection of GPS tracks, each covering a relatively small section of the Camino Frances (with additional routes to be covered in the near future). Most sections are only a few km long - typically between nearby communities. The intent is to enable you to assemble sections that suite your own personal route. You can easily combine these into a single route for use on your phone / GPS device if you wish.
These are all original, high-quality GPS tracks based on our own Caminos or from tracks sent to us by others in the Camino community from their own walks (and then 'cleaned up' by us for use within the Caminopedia Project). None of these are from elsewhere on the web.
All of these tracks are free for personal use. They are in Google Earth format (KML), which can easily be converted to other formats (such as gpx).
They are available at the Caminopedia Project:
The direct link to the page listing all the sections is:
In addition to the tracks themselves, you'll also find lots of information about each section, such as its distance, terrain, walking directions, links to info about nearby attractions and hotels / albergues, etc. (we are tracking info on approximately 1,260 different items so far).
This is a work in progress. We plan on adding more 'alternate' sections as well as sections for other Camino routes. Elsewhere on the site you'll find sections organized into the recommended routes by Brierley, Eroski, and Mundicamino in case you plan on following one of those.
Feedback and suggestions are very much welcomed.