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Are there 4 Routes to Santo Toribio De Liébana?! Help, please.

RumAndChupacabras

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Jul-Sept 2019 ~Apr. 2018 Oviedo, Santo Toribio, Covadonga~May/June 2016 Portuguese
Using the search feature I couldn't find anything on these routes, here in the forum.
Please tell me if I'm correct. According to this map found on the back of the Santo Toribio de Liebana credential, is the green RUTA DE LA MONTANA the same as the Lebaniego and the black (?) RUTA LEONESA O DEL ABREGO the same as the Vadiniense???
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Also, do you know where I can learn more about the red RUTA DE LOS ASTURIANOS O DEL REGANON and the orange RUTA CASTELLANA O DEL SOLANO???
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Michael; Camino-addicted

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The green line is the Lebaniego with the variant along the Rio Nansa and the "old" Camino before 2015 between Cicera and Lebena. If you walk the actual route, you will not walk over Collado de Arceon.

The black line between Santo Toribio and Portilla de la Reina is for sure not the Vadiniense. Here is a copy of my map for the stage "Santo Toribio - Espinama/Fuente Dé". The way of the black line goes at first along the nationalstreet 621 to the south. A kind of shortcut. Both ways come together in Portilla de la Reina.

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I don´t speak spanish (but I have google translate ;)). The headline means "the secular, so non religious, ways to Santo Toribio". And the names of the route means "way of the people from Asturias, Leonesian Route. Castilian route". For me it looks like an information, which ways the people from different regions of Spain came over centuries to Santo Toribio. I don´t think, these ways are actually signed as a hiking route. But maybe I´m wrong and you can find something.
 

RumAndChupacabras

Do unto other's as you would have them do unto you
Camino(s) past & future
Jul-Sept 2019 ~Apr. 2018 Oviedo, Santo Toribio, Covadonga~May/June 2016 Portuguese
I don´t think, these ways are actually signed as a hiking route. But maybe I´m wrong and you can find something.
I'm trying to find that out because, that map/image I posted is actually 2 pages of the Credential!

Here's a full image, taken by @Canuck
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RumAndChupacabras

Do unto other's as you would have them do unto you
Camino(s) past & future
Jul-Sept 2019 ~Apr. 2018 Oviedo, Santo Toribio, Covadonga~May/June 2016 Portuguese

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past: Frances, inland Portuguese, Fatima
future: Del Norte, coastal Porugues, Englis
@RumAndChupacabras - I heard San Vicente de la Barquera is a very picturesque town. Why not start there :). It would be like walking from Summerlin ;)... just kidding
 
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