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Camino Portugues planning tool

Happyinharrogate

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Camino Frances 2021 and Camino del Norte 2023
Has anyone found a spreadsheet planning tool to plan stages for Camino Portugues. I am not sure yet which route I will take but likely to be a mixture. I used one for the Camino Francais which was great in planning stages and distances but cannot find anything similar for the Portuguese route. has anyone found anything?
 
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I modified this post since I realized that I misread what the OP was looking for. I’ve not seen the type of spreadsheet for the CP that I remember from the CF with distances between towns on each stage. So, the planning tool that I used for the CP was gronze.com. If you click on the profile of any given stage, you’ll see the distances for many of the towns in that stage. Although not a pre-made spreadsheet, I’ve found it helpful in planning how far to go particularly if I’m not staying in the typical starting and ending points of a stage. It then becomes pretty easy to make your own spreadsheet or just work off the bronze profiles. Bom caminho!
 
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Has anyone found a spreadsheet planning tool to plan stages for Camino Portugues. I am not sure yet which route I will take but likely to be a mixture. I used one for the Camino Francais which was great in planning stages and distances but cannot find anything similar for the Portuguese route. has anyone found anything?
Camino ninja app allows you to do your own distance planning showing also the available accommodation and shops. Also has an offline map. Buen camino
 
I modified this post since I realized that I misread what the OP was looking for. I’ve not seen the type of spreadsheet for the CP that I remember from the CF with distances between towns on each stage. So, the planning tool that I used for the CP was gronze.com. If you click on the profile of any given stage, you’ll see the distances for many of the towns in that stage. Although not a pre-made spreadsheet, I’ve found it helpful in planning how far to go particularly if I’m not staying in the typical starting and ending points of a stage. It then becomes pretty easy to make your own spreadsheet or just work off the bronze profiles. Bom caminho!
Also, Camino Ninja app. Very helpful that way for going off stage, calculating distance and lodging options.
 
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