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Geira Guide Book


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Le Puy to Santiago 2005 and a few more since
I am in Braga and wish to buy a “physical paper” copy of the guide for de Geira.

Is this possible and if so where? I imagine it will be useful. Does the author have copies at his home????????

I am here in Braga for a few days.

I have a gps track, wisepilgrim website has information on route and accommodation, as well as the 2021?? post by @jungleboy & @Wendy Werneth

[ The tourist information office was friendly but didn’t recommend this route (in the extreme sense of don’t do it) and wasn’t helpful ]
The 2024 Camino guides will be coming out little by little. Here is a collection of the ones that are out so far.
Best to contact Henrique Malheiro in Braga. I included his phone number in my write-up for Braga on the Wise Pilgrim website.
I made contact with him and he sent a list of accommodation options and offered to help if needed.

[[ A few phone numbers aren’t in WhatsApp which is a problem for me. ]]

Also there is an issue with the track to Terras de Bouro and no one should attempt to walk it

It seems to me that any reference to Terras should be removed as it is effectively no longer part of this Caminho . I am assuming the track is effectively unwalkable and not worth reinstating and maintaining because of so few who might walk it.

Perhaps you could clarify with Henrique and probably delete it from your notes on wisepilgrim and add notes on the alternative track - there is a reference on wikiloc which is useful, but useless if you don’t know about it.

The alternative track is well marked (apparently!! ) but its kml file is not readily available although I have it.

There is also a story about a landslide on the track of which I have no details.
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I just got this sent to me by José-Manuel Almeida. Probably useful for others planning this Camino this year.

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