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  1. amancio

    Portuguese part is CHAOS

    Hi, an experienced Spanish pilgrim is asking me to post a warning here. The Camino de Torres, in its Portuguese part, is just impossible to follow unless you have ALL the following 1) updated track files 2) a GPS app that can read them (wikiloc style) 3) knowledge on how to use the above My...
  2. Lepoeder. Stone marker and path to Ibañeta

    Lepoeder. Stone marker and path to Ibañeta

    This stone marker shows the forest descent to Roncesvalles (scenic, but also steep). Behind it, you can see the path that connects almost immediately with the easier paved road to Ibañeta chapel, and then to Roncesvalles. This is indicated in the adjacent wooden signpost as "alternativa suave".
  3. Signpost at Lepoeder. Easier variant to Roncesvalles, by Ibañeta chapel

    Signpost at Lepoeder. Easier variant to Roncesvalles, by Ibañeta chapel

    When you arrive at Lepoeder you can go straigth through the forest (scenic, but very steep), or turn right by the easier paved road to Ibañeta chapel, and then a final short path to Roncesvalles. This is indicated at Lepoeder in the signpost as "Alternativa suave" (meaning "soft")
  4. C

    Will I get lost?

    Walking the Camino Frances from SJPdP to Pamplona, I found that the way was so well sign-posted, it was almost impossible to get lost. Then I did a section of the Le Puy way near St Cirque Lapopie last year - got hopelessly lost, had to resort to roads and had a miserable time. How good is the...


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