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peregrina2000

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Walking the Olvidado this year, I saw signs for the Camino Lebaniego. I thought, that can't be right, the Lebaniego doesn't come down this far. Turns out there is a Camino Lebaniego Castellano that does go through Cervera de Pisuerga. I have scanned the brochure I picked up in case anyone is interested. You will see that my copy of the actual map has some overlap but should be easy to figure out. I do not think this is well marked and I met no one who knew anything about it, not even the woman in the tourist office in Cervera who gave me the brochure!
 

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Canuck

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I walked that camino last year from Palencia. It follows the canal de Castilla from Palencia to Alar del Rey and then veers left and hits the mountain to Potes.
It's very well marked and I had no problem for accommodation.
Jean-Marc
P-S. I met Biarritzdon, who was going in the opposite direction, in Amayuelas de Abajo. A nice encounter...
 

Aisling Collins

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Camino(s) past & future
Have walked Camino Frances.
Planning to walk Lisbon - Santiago July 20th, 2014....
Walking the Olvidado this year, I saw signs for the Camino Lebaniego. I thought, that can't be right, the Lebaniego doesn't come down this far. Turns out there is a Camino Lebaniego Castellano that does go through Cervera de Pisuerga. I have scanned the brochure I picked up in case anyone is interested. You will see that my copy of the actual map has some overlap but should be easy to figure out. I do not think this is well marked and I met no one who knew anything about it, not even the woman in the tourist office in Cervera who gave me the brochure!
Walking the Olvidado this year, I saw signs for the Camino Lebaniego. I thought, that can't be right, the Lebaniego doesn't come down this far. Turns out there is a Camino Lebaniego Castellano that does go through Cervera de Pisuerga. I have scanned the brochure I picked up in case anyone is interested. You will see that my copy of the actual map has some overlap but should be easy to figure out. I do not think this is well marked and I met no one who knew anything about it, not even the woman in the tourist office in Cervera who gave me the brochure!
Hi Laurie,
So ended up on a BlaBla to Leon, by chance a bus to Oveido, eventually to St. Vincent DLB, and now in hostel in Serdio. Turns out, all the signs pushed me towards Lebaniego for the moment, and nice to be back up North. When we stayed in CdP albergue, the hospitalerio had credential and not even €2 required. A Spanish 17 year old chica arrived to start it next morning and the lady was worried about her. This girl seemed competent and confident to the rest of us😀.

Link from QR code...
 

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