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SJPP-Roncesvalles Map

StFina

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Time of past OR future Camino
CF, June 2012
CF, July 2012
CF, September 2016
Camino Primitivo, May 2017, followed by Camino Frances, late May, 2017
Back in 2017 when I walked from SJPP to Roncesvalles, the Pilgrim Office in SJPP provided me with an excellent map of the route. Since I arrive in SJPP after the Pilgrim office closes, and depart the next day before they close, does anyone have a good clear copy of that map? Much appreciated - Steve
 
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Correction. I depart the next day before the Pilgrim Office opens. - Steve
 
I am puzzled, you have walked it before, not that long ago and you want a map? It hasn't changed much. Just follow the line of people ahead of you. Or the Dutch confraternity has gps routes if you want to them.
 
The one from Galicia (the round) and the one from Castilla & Leon. Individually numbered and made by the same people that make the ones you see on your walk.
I remember that the map had great detail that was not contained in the Brierly book. That is the reason I wanted it.
 
I remember that the map had good pictures with turn by turn directions. I also didn't want to miss the detour road down to Ibaneta and avoid walking the steep slope to Roncesvalles. Much thanx to all.
 
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A copy of the map I think you want is at:


The pilgrims office recommends taking the road to Ibaneta from the Col de Leopolder. This thread tells you how in detail:

When I hiked it in September 2021, when I got to the cross, I don't remember a big yellow pointed sign like the one in your picture telling me to go right. It was very confusing at that point on a somewhat foggy day. Luckily someone was up there with me at the time and guided me to the right.
 
Transport luggage-passengers.
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Luggage from SJPP to Roncevalles
I am puzzled, you have walked it before, not that long ago and you want a map? It hasn't changed much. Just follow the line of people ahead of you. Or the Dutch confraternity has gps routes if you want to them.
The map was good as a couple intersections on the Way were very ambiguous regarding markings. Much better last year and this year.
 
The focus is on reducing the risk of failure through being well prepared. 2nd ed.

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