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How About A Seperate Forum For Camino Invierno Route?

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  1. Laurie Ferris

    Laurie Ferris Laurie Ferris

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    Dear Leslie & Forum Admins,
    Thanks for keeping this forum alive over the years. It is such a great resource for pilgrims. There is a route that is gaining popularity that isn't represented yet on your different Camino routes -the Camino Invierno. I was surprised when I didn't see a forum for this when I started my research. I'll be walking it in 2 weeks so would like to request that you start the new Camino Invierno forum for a place to post and share resources. As the Frances becomes more crowded, and leading up to the next Holy Year, more pilgrims will be walking this route.
    Here's a quick blurb about Camino Invierno or Winter Camino:
    The Camino Invierno begins in Ponferrada and follows the Sil river towards Santiago de Compostela.
    An alternative to the Camino Francés, it is followed by pilgrims during the winter months to reach Santiago de Compostela from Ponferrada and avoid the snow, mud and rain weather.
    Although it is called the Winter Camino, it can be traveled all year long.

    Thanks for your consideration.
    Laurie
     
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