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  1. Yoga Girl

    LIVE from the Camino @Yoga Girl on the Invierno!

    Friday, May 17, 2019 A quiet, challenging at times, but beautiful walk through a variety of landscapes. I started walking alongside the gorgeous River Sil, then continued through hamlets, vineyards, cherry orchards, a ghost town, quarry, castle, gnarled trees, well-manicured neighborhoods...
  2. T

    Running the Camino

    Almost a year ago I ran from Belgium to Santiago. A great experience. You can read my story on : https://thesantiagoman.blogspot.com.
  3. jungleboy

    Help me choose my May-June 2019 camino (~18 days)

    TL;DR - Which camino would you recommend in late spring for about 18 days? Things have changed a bit since the last time I asked for advice about choosing a camino for 2019. Now, it looks like I’ll have a window to walk a solo camino in late May - early June while junglegirl is leading a tour...
  4. Thomas1962

    A KML, GPX or PDF file with all accomodations on the Camino Invierno 2018-04-19

    The KML or GPX files can be used in a smartphone (in apps like Maps.me) or any other navigation device like Garmin. How? Here can find a manual for smartphones. The PDF file you can download into your smartphone or you can print it out. This download will bring you to the downloadpage of the...
  5. OzAnnie

    Train question - Sahagún to Ponferrada

    Hi Can anyone advise whether it is necessary to book in advance for trip between Sahagún and Ponferrada? Not exact yet on date arriving in Sahagún at completion of CdMadrid; and need to catch train to start point of the Invierno. Has anyone bought a ticket on the travel day ? Otherwise., I...
  6. Sophie Luise

    Camino Invierno in winter

    I'm thinking about walking the Camino Invierno in February and I have a few questions: Are there enough albergues or other affordable places to sleep this time of the year? What do you think the weather will be like? Should I expect snow? How many days would you recommend (starting in...
  7. Fares Ismail

    Another Invierno Guide

    Hello Everyone, The guidebook on this forum for the Invierno is certainly very helpful. But I also found this website that offers some maps as well as how-to-get-there hints and tips along with daily stages. I liked the daily maps as they help you situate yourself and plan the days walk...
  8. Anylu

    Camino Frances vs Camino Invierno March (Child 2-year-old)

    Camino Frances vs Camino Invierno (March) Last year my husband left Leon for Santiago starting March 1, and this year we will be joining my 2-year-old daughter and myself. (We leave Leon on March 1). We go in relaxed plan walking as the weather allows us, in case of a very bad we plan to enjoy...
  9. sabbott

    My Top Ten Takeaways from the Camino

    Last spring I walked for two months from St. Jean Pied de Port to Santiago, with a detour through Galicia on the Camino Invierno. In the year before I left, I was a frequent--nay, an obsessive--visitor to this forum, and found the support here invaluable for planning my trip...
  10. sabbott

    Reporting in from the Camino Less Traveled

    This was my first day on the Camino Invierno. I'd describe it as having a plot line right out of a 3 Stooges movie, with me playing the starring roles--but with beautiful background scenery! To set the stage, picture me wandering the streets of Ponferrada for an hour, searching for the...

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