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Track For Link Between Primitivo & Norte

Discussion in 'Camino Primitivo or Original Way' started by Lirsy, Jan 25, 2018.

  1. Lirsy

    Lirsy Member

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    Does anyone have a link for downloading the track Lugo - Friol?? I would need KML or GPX format.

    I just knew about this connection between the Primitivo and Norte and it looks great!! Not only you connect later with the C. Frances, but also you go to Sobrado dos Monxes, a place I really love, with that impressive cathedral in the middle of nowhere!!

    I found the wikiloc, but I don´t know how to pass from Wikiloc to KML upload_2018-1-25_9-20-53.gif

    Tnx for your help!!
     
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    If that doesn't work, send me a DM and I'll e-mail it to you. I think I got it from Wikiloc myself.
     
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    Done!!

    Tnx a lot!!! :):):)
     
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    I walked the Camino Verde last September and loved it. The abergue in boimorto has printed handouts of the route along with a large sign showing the route. In spite of what you had heard,it was well marked,and a person would have to really try to get lost!
     
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    I walked the Camino Verde last September and loved it. The beginning along a river was pure magic. In spite of older posts,it was well marked and a person would have to work hard to get lost. The abergue in Filled has printed handouts of the route along with a large sign outside to look at.
     
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    Notion900 posted a link with the tracks for the Camino Verde about a year ago on the main forum. She knows the person who tends the trail and did the most recent refreshing of the green painted arrows (because that's the color of the leftover paint he had in his garage, if I remember:)). The thread is under something like "Camino Verde - Yes, you can". I'm not tech-savvy enough to help with the file downloads, but with Wikiloc there were already two people who had made paths Lugo-Friol and then Friol-Sobrado. I have them "favorited", so can reach them quickly with searches starting in Lugo and then in Friol. Edit: Also, Danvo recommends GPSies, and they have a few tracks already on there when you search. I'm going to trust Bruce's recent findings that it's well-marked. Any walk that starts beside a river that's magical and has an atmospheric abbey on the other end must be done, right?
     
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