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Del Norte in September 2022

hielienie

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April 2020: Del Norte: Irun -> Santiago
April 2017: SJPDP -> Santiago -> Muxia -> Finisterre
Hi all! I'm a peregrino from South Africa and completed the Frances in April/May 2017.

I am hoping to return for Del Norte in September after a failed attempt in April 2020. It sounds like a 2022 Camino has a lot of of uncertainties. With it being a Holy Year, the Camino might be very crowded. But then again, we all know that Covid came and changed everything. So Albergues might be closed temporarily or permanently.

I will be using @Dave's spreadsheet for updated accommodation options and will keep my eye on the forum here to see what the summer pilgrims have to say.

Anyone else planning a Fall Del Norte?
 
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Right now my departure is set for April, out of Bilbao. Seems it will go ahead as planned. I will be facing the challenges of Holy Week, starting April 10/11-ish from Santander. I've booked for that week for all locations except on the Good Friday when I will be in a town that has only a parochial that does not take bookings. Hoping that's a pretty safe bet... pilgrims only, no pre-booking... early in the season.

Will report back in May, if not with a "Live from the Camino" thread.
 

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Hi all! I'm a peregrino from South Africa and completed the Frances in April/May 2017.

I am hoping to return for Del Norte in September after a failed attempt in April 2020. It sounds like a 2022 Camino has a lot of of uncertainties. With it being a Holy Year, the Camino might be very crowded. But then again, we all know that Covid came and changed everything. So Albergues might be closed temporarily or permanently.

I will be using @Dave's spreadsheet for updated accommodation options and will keep my eye on the forum here to see what the summer pilgrims have to say.

Anyone else planning a Fall Del Norte?
We completed the CF in September 2021 and we are planning the CN for early September 2022, from Irún, assuming all is well for entry into Spain at that point.

2021 was also a Holy year and I can´t say it was too crowded, so I would not worry to much about too many people, take it as it comes, I know that's going to be our approach.

Unless of course you are @Faye Walker and travelling during Semana Santa when it WILL be busy 😇.
 
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izabella_m67

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Hi all! I'm a peregrino from South Africa and completed the Frances in April/May 2017.

I am hoping to return for Del Norte in September after a failed attempt in April 2020. It sounds like a 2022 Camino has a lot of of uncertainties. With it being a Holy Year, the Camino might be very crowded. But then again, we all know that Covid came and changed everything. So Albergues might be closed temporarily or permanently.

I will be using @Dave's spreadsheet for updated accommodation options and will keep my eye on the forum here to see what the summer pilgrims have to say.

Anyone else planning a Fall Del Norte?
Hello,
I was going to do the Camino del Norte in 2020 as well, now I am going in September as well from Irun. Planing to start either last week of August or around September 1st. My plan is to join Camino Primitivo. Good luck on your planning and Buen Camino! ☀️When exactly are you starting?
 

Shinobi42

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Camino de la Costa from Irun to Nueva 2018
Camino de la Costa from Nueva to Muxia (2020)
I will continue the Camino del Norte from Nueva (between Santander and Oviedo) to Fisterre on September 28th.
 

hielienie

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April 2020: Del Norte: Irun -> Santiago
April 2017: SJPDP -> Santiago -> Muxia -> Finisterre
Hello,
I was going to do the Camino del Norte in 2020 as well, now I am going in September as well from Irun. Planing to start either last week of August or around September 1st. My plan is to join Camino Primitivo. Good luck on your planning and Buen Camino! ☀️When exactly are you starting?
Hoping to start in Irun. But I'm reading that there are very little Albergues open on Del Norte at the moment. My budget doesn't allow for more expensive accommodation so I will have to keep an eye on everyone's experience over the summer before I decide.
 
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