I don't remember it being any more treacherous than other caminos I have walked. I think it is worth considering that the more treacherous people think the route is for walkers, the more people will choose not to risk it and take the bus tours. The bus tour guide has an interest in making it seem more treacherous.Thanks, that’s reassuring
The guide on a bus tour to Finnesterre told my friend it was a treacherous route
Each to their own, @Raggy . My preference is for sealed roads with shoulders. These normally solve navigation on routes, such as Via Francigena, where signage is almost non-existent for the England and France stages.walkers' purgatory.
I also found that the VF from Canterbury to Dover wasn't well signposted but such is my preference for a softer surface that I took several long diversions on footpaths to avoid the black stuff. I must have had my feet washed in fairy liquid as a kid or something. The signage on the VF in France must have been recently improved. Or perhaps I haven't reached the poorly signed parts yet. I found it to be very good from Calais to Arras in September this year.Via Francigena, where signage is almost non-existent for the England and France stages.
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