With our guides you will be able to personalize duration and difficulty of the routes based on your own wishes and walking pace. In a few clicks you can create your personalized hiking guides. Choose your starting point, your arrival point and, if you wish, even a middle point where to take a break.
The pilgrimage trail
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from Somport to Jaca
The Camino de Santiago Frances through Aragon, also known as the Camino Aragonés is a pilgrimage trail once traveled by those who would come from the south of France, like the Italians. This route goes through the Toulousian way and crosses the Pyrenees at the Somport pass – on the border between Spain and France. This pass is nowadays still considered the starting point of the Camino Aragones. It is a 102 km long route, which usually is walked in 6 stages, passing through fascinating rural areas. Close by Puente la Reina, more specifically at Obanos, you can find an alternative gateway to the Camino Frances.
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Download or print
the PDF guide of The Camino Aragonés
The Forwalk paper guide is an A5 format mini-book with all the information on your chosen paths, the detailed maps, the list of hotels and much more. It is very easy to consult and to carry along during your trip. This guide is completely personalized to your needs and made available to you digitally (Acrobat Reader PDF file), to be accessed through smartphones and tablets or printed by you. You can also order it already printed in color on glossy paper, and delivered to you as a finely bound book.
Download the gpx
routes map of The Camino Aragonés
GPX tracks are maps that you can download on GPS device to take with you on your walk. Our GPX tracks include routes with details of places such as shops, restaurants, lodgings, drinking fountains and springs.