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Poll Which Camino are you planning next?

Which Camino do you plan to walk next? If uncertain, you can pick 2.

  • Camino Frances

    Votes: 102 28.6%
  • Ingles

    Votes: 18 5.0%
  • Invierno

    Votes: 35 9.8%
  • Lana/Levante/Sureste

    Votes: 10 2.8%
  • Madrid

    Votes: 15 4.2%
  • Norte

    Votes: 58 16.2%
  • Portuguese

    Votes: 83 23.2%
  • Primitivo/Salvador

    Votes: 53 14.8%
  • Sanabres/Via de la Plata

    Votes: 57 16.0%
  • Other - Please name in comments below

    Votes: 52 14.6%

  • Total voters
    357

peregrina2000

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I went for "other". Current plan is to pick up last year's Covid-truncated camino at Montserrat in October, with a few days on the Camí Sant Jaume, joining the Ruta del Ebro at Fuentes del Ebro, then take the Castellano-Aragonés from Gallur to Santo Domingo de Silos. Down the Lana to Riofrío del Llano, across on the Arcipreste to Guadalajara to pick up the Mendocino to Manzanares el Real, followed by a few days on the Madrid. Then across to the Levante at Arévalo, down to Ávila, take the Teresiana to Alba de Tormes and on to Salamanca, Camino Torres to Peso da Régua, up the Camino Portugués del Interior to Verín, picking up the Sanabrés there and so to Santiago.

We shall see.


Ok, I think that if I were to plot out this route on a map, I would conclude that some drunkard had picked up a pencil and started to scribble across the Iberian peninsula. Masterful.

Two of my favorites — Arévalo, and the whole Castellano-Aragonés!!!!!

Do you have a guess-timate of how many days this would take?

And since I think you have already walked the Torres and the Interior, is there a reason why you chose the Interior over staying a bit longer on the Torres and moving to the Greira e dos Arrieros at Braga? (I’m asking because I am trying to decide between Interior and Geira, if in fact I can walk this fall)).
 
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Canuck Pilgrim

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Year of past OR future Camino
September 2017 Camino Frances
September 2019 Camino Frances
Still Planning to do Le Podiensis out of Le Puy to Cahors. which was scheduled for September 2020, now it looks like next May 2022. I am hoping to do the Portuguese if all works out well this October, It is really difficult to actually plan for this year so it would be a last minute decision, Next year should be ok.
Ultreya
 

RobinK*

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Year of past OR future Camino
2021
Hope to walk one this year, but I’m not sure which route to take. Period of walking must be somewhere between half Aug and the first week of Sep. I would love to walk the Lebaniego/Vadiniense route, starting from Santander. But also the Camino Sanabres and the Camino Invierno are on the wish list. Help :)
Got my mind made up, thanks to a lot of wonderful pilgrims over here. I’ll arrive in Bilbao on Aug 8th, and I’m preparing for the Olvidado.
 

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