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After walking the Camino Inglês in March, I am soon heading to the Lebaniego. That's a dream. I will walk it in 4 days.

I've studied all the route and hopefully did the right choices since there are a few variants.

If you have any important tip about it, I will be happy to hear. Thanks
The focus is on reducing the risk of failure through being well prepared. 2nd ed.
Take a look at the sub-forum on the Lebaniego (I’ve moved your thread there). I walked it years ago, before some of the current re-routing, so you should look at some of the more recent reports there. Buen camino! If you have time, you should consider going on beyond the monastery onto the Vadiniense, because some of the most spectacular mountain parts come in the two or three days after the monastery.
Thank you for the information and help with the thread.
I will plan another Camino for the second semester and I'll consider your suggestion to the Vadiniense :)
The focus is on reducing the risk of failure through being well prepared. 2nd ed.
I walked this route a few years ago, 2016. If you have time (and you like that sort of thing) there is an excellent museum in Potes in the torre del infantado, a medieval building in the centre of the town with an exhibition on the life and works of Beatus de Lebaniego which I thought was fantastic .
Good idea, I took a rest day there myself. In fact I left my backpack at the hotel in Potes while I walked to the monastery of Santo Toribio . I got a sello and a certificate of completing the camino in the gift shop there. The Camno Lebaniego was a detour I took from the Camino Norte . On the way there I stayed at Abanillas, Cicera and Potes and then on the way back to the Camino Norte at Cicera and then took the route via Munorrodero to Pesues. Good luck with your pilgrimage.
The focus is on reducing the risk of failure through being well prepared. 2nd ed.

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