Here are links to the posts I’ve written on other Camino routes; as the years go on I hope to be able to add more!
*Camino del Norte*
- I walked the Camino del Norte from Irun to Villaviciosa in June/July 2015, blogging nearly every day. Those posts start here: “Like a Rolling Stone”; Day One on the Camino del Norte, Irun to San Sebastián, 27.6 km
- In August 2016 I continued on the Norte, walking from just past Aviles to (nearly!) Santiago. You can find those posts here: Somewhere in Spain, Walking and Coughing; the first 2 days on the Camino del Norte (Salinas to Cadavedo)
- In 2019 I returned yet again to the Camino del Norte, walking from Irun to Oviedo (can you tell that I love this route?). Here are a couple of posts from that walk. Favorite photos, favorite moments.
- I’ve also written a few other posts that could be helpful to those planning a Camino on this northern route:
- I walked the Primitivo, a 325km route from Oviedo to Santiago, in July 2015 (following a journey on the Norte). I also blogged along the way, and those posts begin here:
*Camino de San Salvador*
- In July 2016, I walked for 5-days on the San Salvador, a 120km route from Leon (on the Camino Frances) to Oviedo. Many pilgrims choose to then continue from Oviedo on the Primitivo.
- My blogs from that walk begin with this post: Solitude and Cheap Red Wine; Day One on the San Salvador
- I also wrote-up a short guide to this Camino, with lots of impressions, information, tips and resources. If you’re considering a pilgrimage on the San Salvador, this is a must-read! In the Footsteps of Pilgrims; an Overview of the Camino de San Salvador
*Chemin du Puy*
- I’ve walked 17 days on the Chemin du Puy, the most popular Camino route in France. It begins in Le Puy en Velay and continues for about 750km until it reaches St Jean Pied de Port, where it connects with the Camino Frances. I walked the first two weeks in June/July 2017, and an additional three days in August 2018 (those posts are yet to come!).
- The first 14-days of my journey on the Chemin begin with this post: Is it just me of is this ‘easy’ section actually quite difficult? Day One on the Chemin du Puy