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Starting the Ingles on 5th May

caminowilts

DG
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Camino Frances, August 2016
Camino Portuguese, April 2017
#1
Hi all, After a late night flight into A Coruña I am planning to start the Ingles from Ferrol on the 5th May. Curious to know if anyone else has plans to do the Ingles around the same time. Aim will be to walk on through Santiago to Finisterre & Muxía.
 

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ElAines

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Camino(s) past & future
Muxía-Finisterre May 2015
Inglés & Finisterre Sept 2018
#2
Hi CW, we won’t be there in May but your route is the one I am working on for us in September.

On the Ingles, are you planning to do the old route up the big hill to Bruma, or the new one via the road?

Buen Camino :)
 

caminowilts

DG
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Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances, August 2016
Camino Portuguese, April 2017
#3
Hi CW, we won’t be there in May but your route is the one I am working on for us in September.

On the Ingles, are you planning to do the old route up the big hill to Bruma, or the new one via the road?

Buen Camino :)
Mucho gracias :) I’ve done very little research this time, on purpose. What would you recommend?
 

ElAines

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
Muxía-Finisterre May 2015
Inglés & Finisterre Sept 2018
#4
I wouldn’t be so bold as to recommend! I’d love to hear what you choose though :)

My current step in researching is to find a gps track of the new route and try to judge how road-y it is...
 

peb

New Member
Camino(s) past & future
C. Ingles March 2018
#5
The stage from Betanzos to Hospital de Bruma is a long and testing one (30km), including with a stiff climb out of Betanzos. Following the waymarks onto the new route which avoids the steep hill, I was not disappointed, and would follow the new route again. It is an achievement by itself to walk all the way from Betanzos to Bruma in one day, and I did not need the additional achievement of walking up another steep hill situated, remember, right at the end.

The new route walks down a main road for about 2km once it joins up with the path from La Coruna, but there is ample space on the side of the road to avoid the traffic.
 

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Tia Valeria

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Camino(s) past & future
Pt Norte/Pmtvo 2010
C. Inglés 2011
C. Primitivo '12
Norte-C. de la Reina '13
C. do Mar-C. Inglés '15
#6
This stage can be split by staying in the albergue at Presedo, or using the fetch and return service offered by O Meson Novo. There is no need to walk 30kms, although many do.
 

ElAines

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Camino(s) past & future
Muxía-Finisterre May 2015
Inglés & Finisterre Sept 2018
#7
I feel rather excited about other people’s journeys, and so much learning opportunity from you all. I’m so glad I posted the question.

And we’ll definitely be splitting that stage. Unless there’s a major uptick in training :D
 

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