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Lance Chambers

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A few years ago there was a resource here that showed the towns of the route, image of the height profile, bridges, the facilities in each town, etc.

I can't seem to find the resource any more. Is there anyone who knows where I can get a copy of those pages/images?

I was dumb enough to leave my guide book behind in an alburgue for anyone else who high want it.

Many thanks.
 
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OzAnnie

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A few years ago there was a resource here that showed the towns of the route, image of the height profile, bridges, the facilities in each town, etc.
I can't seem to find the resource any more.
Hi Lance
You’ll get a lot of the type of information you’re looking for (relating to lots of camino routes too) by opening gronze and doing some drilling into it. (Route, stages, distances, images, height profiles and lots more ). - note: when you are viewing the individual stage maps you’ll see a msg: ‘ver perfil de la etapa’ click this msg to see profile map.

Also if you are looking at the accommodation- you can click and quite often you’ll see pictures of the place. Also has direct booking facility
- and it’s free and regularly updated.

Buen camino
Annie
 
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Hi Lance
You’ll get a lot of the type of information you’re looking for (relating to lots of camino routes too) by opening gronze and doing some drilling into it. (Route, stages, distances, images, height profiles and lots more ). - note: when you are viewing the individual stage maps you’ll see a msg: ‘ver perfil de la etapa’ click this msg to see profile map.

Also if you are looking at the accommodation- you can click and quite often you’ll see pictures of the place. Also has direct booking facility
- and it’s free and regularly updated.

Buen camino
Annie

Thank you very much for this Annie. Take care. Be well.
 

David Tallan

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Brierley is certainly one good resource for this sort of information (although I know a number of people who seem to think he underestimates some of the elevation changes :) ). There are now some other guidebooks who provide similar information. And websites (like Gronze mentioned above). And apps. There's a lot of choice.
 
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c0484

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A few years ago there was a resource here that showed the towns of the route, image of the height profile, bridges, the facilities in each town, etc.

I can't seem to find the resource any more. Is there anyone who knows where I can get a copy of those pages/images?

I was dumb enough to leave my guide book behind in an alburgue for anyone else who high want it.

Many thanks.
Amazon.com
 

David Tallan

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Year of past OR future Camino
2018
It may also be worth pointing our that, if it is primarily the maps/elevations that you are interested in, they also publish "Maps only" versions of the Brierley guides with just the maps and albergue listings. These are also available as e-books if you want to save the space/weight.
 

ezbeer

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2015 C.F.
2016 C.F.
2018 C.P.
2019 C. Salvador + C. Primitivo
for me Brierley Guide is good only for estimating the time left for next cafe con leche
 
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Portuguese from Porto (Oct 2018)
Frances (2019)
This is what you are looking for? I bought it for $10 as a Google Play download, about 26 MB.
 
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Orlando Wren

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JohnLloyd

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Year of past OR future Camino
Francés - SJPDP to SdC - Autumn 2018
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Francés again - ASAP
Hey, Lance - did you start from Belairi on August 23 2018?

If so, hello! I was there too.
 

RRat

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Year of past OR future Camino
Planning 2017
A few years ago there was a resource here that showed the towns of the route, image of the height profile, bridges, the facilities in each town, etc.

I can't seem to find the resource any more. Is there anyone who knows where I can get a copy of those pages/images?

I was dumb enough to leave my guide book behind in an alburgue for anyone else who high want it.

Many thanks.
I feel you pain. I lost my guidebook, two years ago, somewhere between my last night in the alburgue and the airport home to the USA. I wrote my notes, contact info for folks I had met, etc, in that book. My email address was prominently on the cover but never a word.
 
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