- Camino(s) past & future
- V Frances; V Podensis; V Francigena; V Portugues; V Francigena del Sud; Jakobsweg. Jaffa - Jerusalem
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That's helpful. The main thing I need are the routes and preferably GPX files where possible so I can plan my stages.None of them are really necessary. I have walked the Nakahechi and Kohechi routes just using the leaflet guides that the Kumano Travel website offer as pdf files and which you can pick up in print versions for free in Kii-Tanabe or Koyasan. Between those and the Kumano Travel website there is all the practical information that I needed.
Well done! The Complete Map Booklet weblink is exactly what I need. Japanese certainly know how to plan - possibly a manifestation of their desire to be helpful to pilgrims. Happy thoughts are winging your way.Complete map booklet links for 3 of the routes on this page. And a gpx track for the Nakahechi which is the most popular route.
NAKAHECHI Maps Nakahechi Overview Maps are available onsite at the TANABE Tourist Information Center (next to the Kii-Tanabe station), KUMANO TRAVEL Travel Support Center, Kumano Kodo Kan Pilgrimage Center (near Takijiri-oij), and the Kumano Hongu Heritage Center (near Kumano Hongu Taisha). Maps...www.tb-kumano.jp
Find Kat Davis’ blog page or search for her on this forum. She wrote a very complete guidebook to that pilgrimage published by Cicerone publishers.
I have Kat's guidebook. I'm not an 'app' traveller/walker & still like a good ol' fashioned book. I use the paper version at home during planning & have the 'e' version on my phone for the trail.
Well, darn. I have to chose between reaction emojis for this post, when I just want to do this:Complete map booklet links for 3 of the routes on this page. And a gpx track for the Nakahechi which is the most popular route.
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