In September 2022, I walked the Camino Primitivo from Oviedo to Santiago de Compostela, Spain, a distance of about 320 km (almost 200 miles and 467K steps) over a period of two weeks. This route goes through Asturias and Galicia provinces of Spain. Much of the route is in rural areas with very small villages.
There is quite of bit of vertical travel (climbing and descending) along this route - over 14,700 meters (more than 48,000 feet). On several days we climbed up to the ridge tops where wind turbines are mounted.
I used the Wise Pilgrim Guide to the Camino Primitivo and the walking notes provided by Follow the Camino (FTC). FTC arranged the itinerary, lodging, and bag forwarding.
I used my Google Fi phone and Geo Tracker (geo-tracker.org) application to generate the map/track photos.
Day 1 - Oviedo to Grado - Photos
Day 2 - Grado to Salas - Photos
Day 3 - Salas to Tineo - Photos
Day 4 - Tineo to Pola de Allende - Photos
Day 5 - Pola de Allende to Berducedo - Photos
Day 6 - Berducedo to Vistalegre - Photos
Day 7 - Vistalegre to A Fonsagrada - Photos
Day 8 - A Fonsagrada to O Cadavo Baleira - Photos
Day 9 - O Cadavo Baleira to Lugo - Photos
Day 10 - R&R in Lugo
Day 11 - Lugo to Ferreira - Photos
Day 12 - Ferreira to Melide - Photos
Day 13 - Melide to Arzua - Photos
Day 14 - Arzua to O Pedrouzo - Photos
Day 15 - O Pedrouza to Santiago de Compostela - Photos