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COVID Camino Baztan and Aragonés in September 2021???

John Saxon

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2021
I know it's still a bit early to be asking, but wondering what folks have any insight as to how likely or unlikely it may be that albergues on the Camino Baztan (Bayonne to Pamplona) and the Camino Aragonés (Puenta la Reina) will be open for business in September, 2021. Would especially like to hear from anyone who has walked or is planning to walk these routes in 2021 or lives in France or Spain.
 
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dagomez

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I plan on walking four routes including the Aragones starting September 1 2021 so I too am interested. I've been in contact with the Mozarabe Association and they seem confident all will be open in September.🙏🏻
 

Pingüigrino

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Frances, Aragones, Vasco del Interior, Baztanes. (Frances Winter, La Plata, Camino de Invierno, Mozarabe, Norte, Primitivo.)
Currently, on the Aragones, the munis albergues of Jaca and Arrés are closed.
The camino Aragones is doable, but requires a little bit of logistic planning.
 

Suzanne H

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Year of past OR future Camino
2019
I know it's still a bit early to be asking, but wondering what folks have any insight as to how likely or unlikely it may be that albergues on the Camino Baztan (Bayonne to Pamplona) and the Camino Aragonés (Puenta la Reina) will be open for business in September, 2021. Would especially like to hear from anyone who has walked or is planning to walk these routes in 2021 or lives in France or Spain.
Ohhh, so jealous!
I can’t answer your question specifically but will offer two cents:
re the Baztan: accommodations (and even bars) were not plentiful when I walked in 2017. Please consider booking in advance— I would imagine that pre-booking would provide the information you need. I did not prebook, (and I do not speak French, Spanish, nor Basque) and the added stress was considerable. The camino DID provide, however. I walked without a guide book, so Gronze.com was helpful. As was booking.com. Buen camino!
 

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