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Tunnel route Irun to S.Domingo/Burgos

CaminoJohn

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Hello! Has anyone done the Tunnel route from Irun to Santo Domingo Calzada/Burgos using the alternative route to Burgos at the split in Estavillo? My brother and I are considering this for our next camino this coming summer.
Thanks and Buen Camino!
John
 
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Javier Martin

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CaminoJohn said:
Hello! Has anyone done the Tunnel route from Irun to Santo Domingo Calzada/Burgos using the alternative route to Burgos at the split in Estavillo? My brother and I are considering this for our next camino this coming summer.
Thanks and Buen Camino!
John


Hi, I have some friends living in the region and even painting and maintaining some arrows on this route. If you need some help while preparing your Camino, please let me know.

Buen Camino (and wonderful)

Javier Martin
Madrid, Spain.
 

CaminoJohn

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Hola Javier!
Thanks for the info...I am trying to confirm wether the way from the split to Burgos is marked. It sounds like it is from your post. Yes? I am planning on buying the CSJ guide for the Tunnel Route but am unclear whether they include the part to Burgos...
John
 

Javier Martin

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CaminoJohn said:
Hola Javier!
Thanks for the info...I am trying to confirm wether the way from the split to Burgos is marked. It sounds like it is from your post. Yes? I am planning on buying the CSJ guide for the Tunnel Route but am unclear whether they include the part to Burgos...
John

Hi John,

Yes, it's marked, but of course not like the CF! And normally no albergues. The best for that is asking wherever you can. For example, in Miranda de Ebro I believe it's possible to receive some hospitality. But most places, by pensions and hotels.

I've just seen some photos with nice and clear arrows. Not possible to get lost!

Buen Camino,

Javier Martin
Madrid, Spain.
 
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CaminoJohn

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Thanks Javier and Theo! Your information is exactly what I was looking for! Buen Camino!
John
 

FatmaG

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CaminoJohn,

there are arrows (sometimes not so easy to see).
there are albergues in Miranda, Pancorbo, Briviesca and Monasterio.
the CSJ guide does not (yet) include the way between Puebla de Arganzon and Burgos, as far as I know at least.

Buen Camino,
I've just sent you more information as message

FatmaG
 

CaminoJohn

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Thanks Fatma. I got your message. Very helpful!
 

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