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Where to get walking sticks?

Darshi1010

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a group of 10 of Us, hoping to start the walk from Sarria. Where can we get the walking sticks from?
 
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a group of 10 of Us, hoping to start the walk from Sarria. Where can we get the walking sticks from?
or if you stopping in santiago you can get them in decathlon which is not far from the cathedral or make your own from some natural (broken of course) branches from the trees :) )
 

Marie Christian

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September 2016
At Decatlon they cost 5 euros a pole, I.e. 10 euros for a pair but in addition you must get the rubber cork for the end so that your stick does not get caught in paving stones(as mine did on the Portuguese) or you can buy those corks at home beforehand. Check the Decathlon website before you leave for the closest shop where you will be departing from. Good luck and buen CAMINO!
 
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Shirley Irish

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2017
At Decatlon they cost 5 euros a pole, I.e. 10 euros for a pair but in addition you must get the rubber cork for the end so that your stick does not get caught in paving stones(as mine did on the Portuguese) or you can buy those corks at home beforehand. Check the Decathlon website before you leave for the closest shop where you will be departing from. Good luck and buen CAMINO!
We tried to buy sticks at Decathlon in Porto, and they were sold out--as was every sports shop in Porto. Bought nice ones in Baiona. Left them in Santiago. I hope there is some way of getting them back to a starting point.
 

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