Search 57,387 Camino Questions

A donation to the forum removes ads for you, and supports Ivar in his work running it


Advertisement
Camino Maps
A collection of Camino Maps from the Camino Forum Store
Peaceable Projects Inc.
Peaceable Projects Inc. is a U.S.-based non-profit group that brings the vast resources of the wide world together with the ongoing needs of the people who live, work, and travel on the Camino de Santiago pilgrim trail network in Spain.

Search results

  1. Ungawawa

    LIVE from the Camino Live from Camino Aragones

    All all the dogs i’ve encountered have been sweet and friendly!
  2. Ungawawa

    LIVE from the Camino Live from Camino Aragones

    Very late day six An 11km start to the day made sure we were ready for our first coffee and snack at the main social club in the first village. It was a good atmosphere there and we all enjoyed local sausage bocadillos with all the pilgrim congregation here. Today we actually saw real...
  3. Ungawawa

    LIVE from the Camino Live from Camino Aragones

    I just showed up. The places before assured me there would be enough spaces, but that might change as the summer progresses. It wouldn’t hurt to call ahead, but I think Arres might not have a phone connection anyway.
  4. Ungawawa

    LIVE from the Camino Live from Camino Aragones

    day five. monreal . We phoned ahead and supposedly had reservations for Monrea municipal. It was quite a tough 27km day, with the option to do an extra 5km to pass through a beautiful canyon. Unfortunately I didn’t feel up to doing that longer route. A fellow pilgrim did though and I saw his...
  5. Ungawawa

    LIVE from the Camino Live from Camino Aragones

    I’m getting a bit behind on posting these, but here is day four: A seriously muddy and awkward stage today. Yesterday’s storm had turned the narrow dirt tracks into bogs, depositing clods of boot-hugging clay continually, which you had to scrape off on grass the best you could. Many of the...
  6. Ungawawa

    LIVE from the Camino Live from Camino Aragones

    Hmm i’m not sure, they might not have actually been quarries but they reminded me of it, grey dusty rock and tarmac roads. But today we saw real quarries on the way to Eunate :)
  7. Ungawawa

    LIVE from the Camino Live from Camino Aragones

    Pics from day three in muddled order!
  8. Ungawawa

    LIVE from the Camino Live from Camino Aragones

    day 3 For the first time ever in my camino experiences the hospitaleros walked with us this morning. It was a sunny day and they joined us for the first 7-8 km out of Arres before turning around. We all left together and did the steep climb down to ground level. From there the path wound...
  9. Ungawawa

    LIVE from the Camino Live from Camino Aragones

    Day Two report: Till mid afternoon it was constant drizzle. The walking was fairly flat. Pleasant but not as beautiful as yesterday. Only one bar on the whole way, where I was able to get a quick caña mid afternoon. The last hour a massive thunderstorm happened and in the space of ten minutes...
  10. Ungawawa

    LIVE from the Camino Live from Camino Aragones

    I started in villanua just for time reasons, the train got me in around 1pm and I wanted to not arrive too late. There were bars in villanua and the village after i thought.
  11. Ungawawa

    LIVE from the Camino Live from Camino Aragones

    Day One, quick report: Had a lovely day one, starting from Villanúa by train from Zaragoza. perfect hiking weather and lovely scenery made a very gentle start to my camino. Plenty of bars open on the way for snacks and drinks if you need them. I saw only one other peregrino en route plus a few...
  12. Ungawawa

    LIVE from the Camino Live from Camino Aragones

    Thanks! I'm considering doing a "Live from the Camino" for the first six days, if I get the time :)
  13. Ungawawa

    LIVE from the Camino Live from Camino Aragones

    Hi everyone, I'm attempting a brave leap into the unknown on Tuesday 15th when I attempt to do the Camino Aragones! I'm expecting it to be fairly quiet, but I would love some company at the end of each walking day, so if anyone else is on the Aragones at that time, please do message me and...
  14. Ungawawa

    Albergues re opening.

    That's really helpful, thank you. So it looks like the only broken link in the chain would be around Sanguesa now. I can't see any albergues near it, only private accommodation.
Top