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vitaminporter

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Hello,

I am looking for anyone who has walked from Oloron-Ste.-Marie to meet up with the Camino Frances in Puente la Reina. I am coming to France next month and would like more information on this route, as well as to talk with anyone who might be planning such a walk. Bueno camino, VP.
 
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Piemont route or Aragones

Hello VP.
There are two ways of walking from Oloron - along the Piemont route which goes to St Jean Pied de Port:

http://vppyr.free.fr/vpp-index-etapes.php3

Or, you can take the route that goes from Oloron through Somport and Jaca. (If you can spare 2 more days you could start at Lourdes.)

http://perso.orange.fr/ariege.com/chemi ... comp09.pdf

(Scroll down to page 22 for maps from Oloron)

From Oloron:
Oloron Sarrance 22
Sarrance Borce 22
Borce Somport 18

On Somport to Puente la Reina you'll find a lot of info on daily stages, relief maps, refuges etc at

http://www.munidcamino.com.
You can even order your compostela from them ahead of time.

There is also info here:

http://personal.telefonica.terra.es/web ... agones.htm

Have a great walk!

Sil
 
Sil, is there an English/Spanish version of those maps?

Buen Camino,

XM :arrow:
 
The 9th edition the Lightfoot Guide will let you complete the journey your way.
Piemont/Aragones routes

I think - being based in France - that most of those websites are in French.

These have an English link:
http://chemindarles.free.fr/carte_EN.php

http://www.santiago-via-arles.org/tradu ... ersion.htm


For other maps leading to Somport you could check on the Via Tolosana website as well. (Toulouse to Puente La Reina)
http://viatolosana.free.fr/vt_accueil.htm

For the Gite at Oloron:
http://www.oloron-ste-marie.com/hote/gu ... ndexe.html

And if you want to try many more links visit Peter's site at:
http://www.peterrobins.co.uk/camino/#littorale

Good luck!
 
excellent

Sil,

great work; this is even better than the last. The second link is exactly what I have been looking for (how does she do it?!). Thanks again for your expert web sleuthing skills. VP
 
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Camino Aragonés

Hola vitaminporter,
Sil is a great help to us all. Thanks Sil.
I will be starting from Somport about 25th April. Flying into Pau on 23rd.
I will have two friends with me for the first 9 days or so and then hope to go on alone. Would love to make contact with you.

I know this area of Aragón well as my husband comes from near Puenta la Reina de Jaca.

If I can help do contact me,
Eleanor
 

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