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cbrown

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I am a new pilgrim of El Camino. I would really like to walk El Camino Aragonese but I cannot find any travel agencies that will help. Does anyone know of any? If not, will someone please give me advice on how to succeed in this route. I am having trouble finding information. Thank you so much!
 
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Travel agencies will have no clue, and it they did would charge you for very little information you cannot find yourself.

Many websites have info on this route:

http://www.mundicamino.com/los-caminos/20/camino-aragones/

http://caminodesantiago.consumer.es/los-caminos-de-santiago/frances/
(Etapas from Somport)

https://www.gronze.com/camino-aragones

If your French is Ok you may also want to look up the Voie d'Arles as it connects to the Aragones.

And have you looked at this sub-forum?
https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/forums/camino-aragonés.33/

Hope this helps to get you started.
 

mspath

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Frances, autumn/winter; 2004, 2005-2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

SYates

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Last: Santiago - Muxia 2019

Now: http://egeria.house/
Hi and welcome to the forum @cbrown

You don't need a travel agency to walk the Camino Aragones (or any other Camino) the majority of pilgrims simply to it by themselves, with a guidebook and just following the yellow arrows/way markings.

@mspath has given you the 'starting links' which will help you to gain a first impression. The Camino Aragones is a wonderful route that is walked far too little imo.

Buen Camino, SY
 
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SafariGirl

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Francés, Vía de la Plata, Primitivo, Norte, Lebaniego & Vadiniense,
Aragonés
I am a new pilgrim of El Camino. I would really like to walk El Camino Aragonese but I cannot find any travel agencies that will help. Does anyone know of any? If not, will someone please give me advice on how to succeed in this route. I am having trouble finding information. Thank you so much!
I add my welcome to those above cbrown.
I can also recommend two phone apps that will give you information about the route, if you have a smart phone and use apps (eg: distances, towns/villages along the way, facilities available in those places, accommodation options, how arduous each stage is, on-line maps showing your location and the camino route etc) . They are available from the iTunes app store and are called:
'Wise Pilgrim - Aragones Camino' and
'Buen Camino - Aragon Route'
the latter is my favourite because I find it more detailed/user friendly

I start the route myself next week, will be walking alone and will use these apps and a book about the Camino I have in Spanish (La Guia Magica del Camino de Santiago) as my only guides. I have no hesitation in doing this because I've walked other caminos alone and learned very quickly that there is nothing to fear and so many wonderful things to gain.

I wish you the best of luck in planning and undertaking your Camino and have no doubt it will be a wonderful experience for you.
 
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First one in 1977 by train. Many since then by foot. Next one ASAP.
I am a new pilgrim of El Camino. I would really like to walk El Camino Aragonese but I cannot find any travel agencies that will help. Does anyone know of any? If not, will someone please give me advice on how to succeed in this route. I am having trouble finding information. Thank you so much!

http://www.amawalkerscamino.com/

I'm walking the Aragones with this bunch in May 2018. Come with!
 

Rionajmc

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SJPP - Burgos (2012)
Pau - Santiago (2017).
Rota Vicentina (Dec 2017)
Porto - Finisterre (2018)
I am a new pilgrim of El Camino. I would really like to walk El Camino Aragonese but I cannot find any travel agencies that will help. Does anyone know of any? If not, will someone please give me advice on how to succeed in this route. I am having trouble finding information. Thank you so much!

Hello and welcome! I agree with the others that you do not need a travel agency - just a little bit of advice and planning using the links here, and from speaking with friendly Forum members. It is a more lonely and less structured camino to begin with, but don't let that put you off :)
 

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