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Possible?? Camino Baztan to Vasco Interior?

Limah

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
September 2015
Hi pilgrims,

Is there a connection between Camino Baztan & Vasco Interior? My hope is to do most of Baztan without linking to Camino Frances in Pamplona... Rather, if possible, I would route to Vasco through an alternative Camino or GR ??
From there, I'd finish last leg of Vasco and link up to Frances in Burgos.
Anything is possible right!?

With gratitude and blessing,
Limah
 

AML

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances Sept 2013
Norte/Primitivo May/June 2014
Vasco del Interior/ Burgos - Leon/Del Salvador/Primitivo May/June 2015
Ourense - Santiago Sept 2015
Camino Ingles Sept 2015
Porto-SDC Sept/Oct 2016
Hi pilgrims,

Is there a connection between Camino Baztan & Vasco Interior? My hope is to do most of Baztan without linking to Camino Frances in Pamplona... Rather, if possible, I would route to Vasco through an alternative Camino or GR ??
From there, I'd finish last leg of Vasco and link up to Frances in Burgos.
Anything is possible right!?

With gratitude and blessing,
Limah
Hi Limah,
Via de Bayonne.....Bayonne to Burgos
 

Limah

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
September 2015

AML

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances Sept 2013
Norte/Primitivo May/June 2014
Vasco del Interior/ Burgos - Leon/Del Salvador/Primitivo May/June 2015
Ourense - Santiago Sept 2015
Camino Ingles Sept 2015
Porto-SDC Sept/Oct 2016
AML,
Thank you! Never heard of Via de Bayonne. I just looked it up and came across this map ...

http://www.editorialbuencamino.com/

It seems Via de Bayonne doesn't have many waymarks, especially after the split in Vitoria.
https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/threads/to-burgos-or-santo-domingo.29489/

Via de Bayonne is option for sure, but still on the look-out for a link to Baztan. Maybe there's a GR that runs Baztan to Vitoria?? Buen camino

Your welcome! From my experience in May this year of Via de Bayonne it is well marked apart from 1 section after Briviesca where there is a new motorway. After that its grand again. The hospitalero in Briviesca explains in detail how to find the way if you can understand Spanish! I couldn't understand a word but I still found the way ok!
Hope this helps.
Aidan
 

navarro

Active Member
Hi pilgrims,

Is there a connection between Camino Baztan & Vasco Interior? My hope is to do most of Baztan without linking to Camino Frances in Pamplona... Rather, if possible, I would route to Vasco through an alternative Camino or GR ??
From there, I'd finish last leg of Vasco and link up to Frances in Burgos.
Anything is possible right!?

With gratitude and blessing,
Limah
Yes it is possible, But there are not albergues, and the route is not marked, The link is in Salvatierra in the route from Pamplona to Vitoria, about 60-70 Km

https://www.google.es/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=3&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwix3cjOt9XQAhUC8RQKHXFABaMQFggmMAI&url=http%3A%2F%2Felreynodelospalabros.blogspot.com%2F&usg=AFQjCNG-Mts5-Ag8RGwpbjDnUQ8eNbviiQ&sig2=YdDgB_2wKoxZRbOFcUpPXg&bvm=bv.139782543,d.d24
See posts num 6-7-8
It is in Spanish.
 

navarro

Active Member
The route related above avoids the road but you can use the old road from Pamplona to Vitoria,, now a local road there are about 60 Km and it is very flat.
 

KinkyOne

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
I'am not perfect, but I'm always myself!!!
Good that @navarro found this OP. I wanted to post a link to his thread I just read.

For the Via de Bayona markings I walked it this summer and had no problems finding the way even after the split in Estavillo. The only tricky spot was actually after Pancorbo and before Zuneda (well before Briviesca). There was this beautiful valley and the yellow arrow on the tree to your right. You should turn right and uphil and across the motorway. But the arrow is actually pointing straight down the valley when you come to the tree. And I walked on another 4,1km to Valdehierro de Bureba and 4,1km back to the tree. Not really nice in hot weather although the valley is really beautiful. After return to the tree I found another arrow painted on the side of the small concrete bridge but it was overgrown. From the tree to Zuneda is another4,2km and further 10,6km to Briviesca Plaza Mayor.
 

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