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Taxi from alto de perdon to Puente la Reina

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2015,2016,2017,2018,2022
Hi , I’m planning my 5th Camino for 2022 ( Yay)
Last camino was in 2018 . Now my partner will join me . It will be a limited ,somewhat chopped up Camino . 20 days .
My partner has health issues and won’t be able to walk more then 5 to 10 miles a day . So he will forward each day by taxi or bus to where I’m walking ( 12/15 miles each day ) but will still be able to experience the Camino this way .
One of his health issues is that he has neuropathy. So no feeling in both of his feet . He can walk ok but some stretches of the Camino worry me . I would love for him to experience the Alte de perdon but fear that the decent is too rocky for his feet . Is there a way to get a taxi from the top to Puente la Reina ????
Same for top of O Cebreiro to Triacastela ?
Thanks .
 
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flickchic98

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May 18,2015 - June 23,2015 El Camino Frances
May 25, 2017 - June 30th, 2017 Le Puy to Moissac
I did the Frances in 2015 so things were a little different then but back then there were LOTS of TAXI signs in every town and on the way (stapled to trees and posts) all through the walk. As you approach your destination, write these down (they will only drive so far) also ask BEFORE you leave in the am at the albergue or hostel, they should be able to advise. The folks who take bags from town to town might also have a people taxi business on the side ;)

If I remember correctly, I took a taxi down from Alto de Perdon. There was a TAXI sign at the top but again that was in 2015.
There is a parallel route (driving) to the frances for every stage. Just do a little research and your partner will get there. Have a wonderful time! it's so great that you are doing this together!
 
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Past OR future Camino
2015,2016,2017,2018,2022
I did the Frances in 2015 so things were a little different then but back then there were LOTS of TAXI signs in every town and on the way (stapled to trees and posts) all through the walk. As you approach your destination, write these down (they will only drive so far) also ask BEFORE you leave in the am at the albergue or hostel, they should be able to advise. The folks who take bags from town to town might also have a people taxi business on the side ;)

If I remember correctly, I took a taxi down from Alto de Perdon. There was a TAXI sign at the top but again that was in 2015.
There is a parallel route (driving) to the frances for every stage. Just do a little research and your partner will get there. Have a wonderful time! it's so great that you are doing this together!
Thanks for your reply . I’m definitely happy I can share my beloved trail with him 👣👏👣
 

walkinglover

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Frances, '16 and '18; Portuguese '17; Ingles - 19
Hi , I’m planning my 5th Camino for 2022 ( Yay)
Last camino was in 2018 . Now my partner will join me . It will be a limited ,somewhat chopped up Camino . 20 days .
My partner has health issues and won’t be able to walk more then 5 to 10 miles a day . So he will forward each day by taxi or bus to where I’m walking ( 12/15 miles each day ) but will still be able to experience the Camino this way .
One of his health issues is that he has neuropathy. So no feeling in both of his feet . He can walk ok but some stretches of the Camino worry me . I would love for him to experience the Alte de perdon but fear that the decent is too rocky for his feet . Is there a way to get a taxi from the top to Puente la Reina ????
Same for top of O Cebreiro to Triacastela ?
Thanks .
You can also walk the road.
 

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