My 2014 Camino Francés Itinerary

A New Post for an Old Journey:
Time to Finish What I Started

Both years that I walked the Camino, I poured over other Camino blogs looking for information during the planning stages. I loved when bloggers posted their day-to-day itinerary, otherwise known as the “stages” they walked. This is my effort to do just that.

Please keep in mind that this is still a work-in-progress, even two and a half years later. I apologize in advanced for the missing days but chronicling the journey has been a slow process for me, for many reasons, mainly to do with time as it is very time-consuming.  Difficulty with photo backups and trying to migrate iPhoto libraries to Photos in the updated OS hasn’t helped. (Technology tidbits for the Camino can be found here.)

Recently I did discover that all my photos as well as some little journal entries are in albums on my Facebook page, as I uploaded them almost daily whenever was wifi so that my friends and family could live vicariously through the journey. Too bad I can’t just link to those albums but that does mean that filling in the gaps won’t be as difficult as I had imagined.

Anyway, I hope that this helps in some small way with your Camino planning.

Person's feet in blue running shoes behind a yellow arrow on rocks pointing north

Blue Brooks, yellow arrows.

P.S. As I am currently updating/renovating this blog, I would very much appreciate you letting me know if you run across any missing or slow links!

My 2014 Camino Francés Stages

Getting to the Camino:   Just a Little Drama
Day 1 (Part 1):   The 1st Morning of My 1st Camino
Day 1 (Part 2):   Up Into the Mountains
Day 1 (Part 3):   A Night in the Pyrenees
Day 2:   Orisson to Roncesvalles
Day 3:   Roncesvalles to Zubiri
Day 4:   Zubiri to Pamplona
Day 5:   Pamplona to Puente la Reina
Night 5:   My Feet Hurt
Day 6:   Puente la Reina to Estella
Day 7:   Estella to Torres del Rio
Day 8:   Torres del Rio to Logroño
Day 9:   Logroño to Nájera
Day 10:   Nájera to Santo Domingo
Day 11:   Santo Domino to Belorado
Day 12:   Belorado to Atapuerca
Day 13:   Atapuerca to Burgos
Day 14:   Burgos to Hontanas
Day 15:   Hontanas to Boadilla del Camino
Day 15:   (Story) Morning Tea in Gothic Ruins
Day 16:   Layover Day in Boadilla
Day 17:   Boadilla to Carrion de los Condes
Day 18:   Carrion to San Nicolas del Camino
Day 19:   San Nicolas to El Burgo Ranero
Day 20:   El Burgo Ranero to León
Day 21:   Virgen del Camino to Villar de Mazarife
Day 21:   Beware the Wolves on the Camino (story)
Day 22:   Villar de Mazarife to Astorga
Day 23:   Astorga to Rabanal
Day 24:   Rabanal to Molinaseca
Day 24:   Foncebadon (Photo Journal)
Day 25:   Molinaseca to Villafranca
Day 26:   Villarfranca de Bierzo to O Cebreiro
Day 27:   O Cebreiro to Tria Castela
Day 28:   Tria Castela to Sarria
Day 29:   Sarria to Portomarin
Day 30:   Portomarin to Palas de Rei
Day 31:   Palas de Rei to Ribadiso
Day 32:   Ribadiso to Monte do Gozo
Day 32:   Monte do Gozo to the Cathedral
After the Camino: Finisterre by Bus
After the Camino: Pamplona by Night Bus
After the Camino: Salinas del Oro Day 1
After the Camino: Salinas del Oro Day 2
Leaving the Camino: Sometimes She Cries
After the Camino: Apples and Oranges

 

 

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