Our Camino de Santiago – The Way of St James – Camino Frances, the French Way
Here you can find the day by day photo log from “Our Camino” in sequence as we document our way from Saint Jean Pied de Port to Santiago and then onto Finisterre.
Please note that all distances and above sea level amounts are gathered from books & websites, I have not measured the information myself and can not guarantee their accuracy.
Also, I’d like to add here, that the distances and places that we chose to stop at are not fixed in any way. The Camino is all about YOU and how you wish to personalize it. The time you take and the distances you chose to walk is totally up to you and your time frame.
This is a work in progress.
So, without further interruptions, please enjoy Our Camino…
Day 1, St Jean Pied De Port to Orisson – 9 Kms, 220 – 780 climb above sea level
Day 2, Orisson to Roncesvalles – 17.3 Kms, 780 – 980 via a 1400 peak above sea level
Day 3, Roncesvalles to Zubiri – 21.9 Kms, 980 – 580 includes lots of ups and downs
Day 4, Zubiri to Pamplona – 22.8 Kms, 580 – 420 includes a few ups and downs
Day 6, Pamplona to Zariquiegui – 10.3 Kms, 420 – 620 a slight down then a steady climb up
Day 7, Zariquiegui to Mañeru – 17.9 Kms, 620 – 420 up to 750 then steep down to 360 and up
Day 8, Mañeru to Estella – 16.9 Kms, 420 – 420 a few slight ups and downs
[…] From here we follow the road heading south-east with a few more stops on the way. Gozo has a few hills but would be an ideal place to explore by bicycle or even by foot. I could imagine hiking all over the island like doing a Gozo Camino. […]