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#1 Posted : Friday, January 16, 2015 11:56:06 PM(UTC)

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Hello everyone,

I plan to walk the Camino del Norte in October/early November this year.

I'm kind of having trouble finding information on the track, he is less popular than the French equivalent.
A few questions I'd be glad if you help me get answers:

1. How's the weather? I guess it would be raining but do I need to worry about anything?

2. can I rely on halbergot will be open throughout the track at this time of year?

3. is there an updated Guide to orbit

4. last year, I walked the Camino Frances and the Portuguese Camino (March-April), how the Northern Camino compared to Frenchman? (All information that is relevant).

Thanks in advance,


#2 Posted : Saturday, January 17, 2015 10:57:00 AM(UTC)

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I don't know much about this track, but I followed time after someone's blog who made it, so perhaps you can find some interesting information there.


#3 Posted : Saturday, January 17, 2015 11:54:58 AM(UTC)

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Camino del Norte.
-Rainy weather than normal because it is close to and during autumn rains all grabber
Albergo-list online, links below, should check every time about it because Albergue mid-September season in many places. The public albergus likely will be open.
An updated guide is not needed unless you want really each and every town a church or Cathedral.
Best buy online directory of MIAM MIAM DODO, albeit in French but only contains accurate information about everything you need and need to know French route to use.
What I know is there's a lot of asphalt, less albergus and the distances between them larger and heard before there was a problem marking easy.
Here's the link.

This is the best forum as you see at the top of the forum link to map.
What if I do this for France? It starts at the LE PUY and ends at ST JEAN? Recommend.
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