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New guide for the Mozarabe, from Almeria

Kevin F. O*brien

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2002-2019 Via Podiensis, Camino Frances, Via de la plata, Camino del Norte, Camino Primitivo, etc.
Hello everyone, Herewith an updated walking guide covering Almeria to Granada. The information here was correct in November 2022.

Buen Camino

Kevin

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Thank you for this!

it would be great if you could correct the date on the front cover to indicate that it has been uodated, or at least reviewed/confirmed in 2022.
Ooops. Yes. Thanks. I'll see if I can get some help to do it. Feel free to correct it, if possible to November 2022.
 
A couple of updates. The shortcut over rough ground around the embalse en route Guadix has been formalised into a footbridge and thence a steep gravel road to join the road below.

The albergue at Calle San Jose, 6, Guadix is closed permanently. I stayed at Casone de la Luz, which has individual rooms and a dormitory.
 
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A couple of updates. The shortcut over rough ground around the embalse en route Guadix has been formalised into a footbridge and thence a steep gravel road to join the road below.

The albergue at Calle San Jose, 6, Guadix is closed permanently. I stayed at Casone de la Luz, which has individual rooms and a dormitory.
Thanks for update, much appreciated. I’ll be there next week.
 
Wow! What great timing. My wife, son in law and I are leaving for Almeria two weeks from today. MUCHAS GRACIAS! Buen Camino
Hello everyone, Herewith an updated walking guide covering Almeria to Granada. The information here was correct in November 2022.

Buen Camino

Kevin

[Moderator note: Attachment has been corrected to show date of this updated version]
Kevin, Frank here from Ireland, met you on the Levante in 2019, lost you at the end, I’ve just finished the Ruta de la Lana and followed your guide. Still amazingly accurate and concise. I did make some notes about some small changes that perhaps could be used to update your guide, should I attach a word doc in this forum or if you email me I can send it to you (clohosey@hotmail.com)
 
Thanks so much for this! A few questions: First, we are thinking about walking beginning in February. You mention that the rivers may be a problem during winter months. I am trying to get a sense of how big a problem that will be. For example, will it be impossible to cross rivers in some places? How much of the route will be affected if the rivers are swollen? Second, you mention numerous inviting places to stay, and recommend contacting them in advance. In general, though, do you know if they are typically open during winter months? We were really limited in our accommodation choices on the Serrana last winter. Third, is there another starting point for the Mozarabe that you would recommend instead of Almeria, given winter conditions?
 
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