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#1
We have all heard of the more common Camino's throughout Spain and I have enjoyed the last 3 CF's I have done, but it is now time for a change.
I recently found this Camino (Ignaciano) by way of a friend's suggestion. I am opening this thread in hopes someone or someone(s) can provide me with their thoughts and/or ideas on this route.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thank you.......
 

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mspath

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#2
We have all heard of the more common Camino's throughout Spain and I have enjoyed the last 3 CF's I have done, but it is now time for a change.
I recently found this Camino (Ignaciano) by way of a friend's suggestion. I am opening this thread in hopes someone or someone(s) can provide me with their thoughts and/or ideas on this route.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thank you.......
Have you seen this web?
https://ignatiancamino.com/about-the-ignatian-camino/
 

Bala

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#3
If you are on Facebook, there's a new group, Friends of the Ignatian Camino. Several people have posted videos, slideshows and blogs. Very informative.
 
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KinkyOne

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#4
We have all heard of the more common Camino's throughout Spain and I have enjoyed the last 3 CF's I have done, but it is now time for a change.
I recently found this Camino (Ignaciano) by way of a friend's suggestion. I am opening this thread in hopes someone or someone(s) can provide me with their thoughts and/or ideas on this route.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thank you.......
Few clicks away with search function gives you this:
https://www.caminodesantiago.me/community/threads/live-from-the-camino-ignaciano.32887/

Happy planning!
 

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nycwalking

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#6
Bob,
You could do several. Start CF, Invierno to finish. That gives you the old and the new. As yet, decided?
 
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Francis 2012, 2014, 2016. Many more to come in my future God willing !
#7
NYC - I will research this as well. I received an email from someone telling me the Ignaciano was somewhat isolated and that albergues were not as frequent. Anyone here agree or deny these ideas? Thank you all !
 

KinkyOne

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Camino(s) past & future
Frances ('09, '11 - entire, '14, '16),
Finisterre ('11, '16),
Madrid ('14),
Invierno ('14),
Levante ('15+'??),
Sanabres ('14, '15 - entire),
Muxia ('15),
Bayona ('16),
Salvador ('16),
Ingles ('16)...
I'am not perfect, but I'm always myself!!!
#8
NYC - I will research this as well. I received an email from someone telling me the Ignaciano was somewhat isolated and that albergues were not as frequent. Anyone here agree or deny these ideas? Thank you all !
Read the posts in the link I posted above. Don't know for sure but maybe our forum member @MichaelSG (think that was him) also writes a blog.

EDIT: Yes it was him and the links to his blog are posted in the thread.
 

domigee

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2018: 'Via Lemovicensis or maybe Via Francigena, again....
#9
We have all heard of the more common Camino's throughout Spain and I have enjoyed the last 3 CF's I have done, but it is now time for a change.
I recently found this Camino (Ignaciano) by way of a friend's suggestion. I am opening this thread in hopes someone or someone(s) can provide me with their thoughts and/or ideas on this route.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Thank you.......
Just came upon this blog written by one of our forum members :
http://memismscaminoignaciano.blogspot.co.uk

I haven't read it yet but it might give you useful information:)

PS Sorry @KinkyOne , only saw after posting you had already found it. Doh. :oops:
 
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Camino(s) past & future
Camino Francis 2012, 2014, 2016. Many more to come in my future God willing !
#10
Domigee - Thank you for posting this. It is quite in depth and informative.........

Bob
 

jl

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#11
For what it is worth, here is the blog I did when I was walking last year. It also includes the Invierno too (at the end of Oct.). We started in September so this is the link to the month that we began. I crossed the mountain to Aranztazu alone - care needs to be taken. The fog came in, rocks were very slippery, and I had no idea that there were sheer cliffs off to the side! Janet

http://offwanderingagain.blogspot.com.au/2016/09/
 

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