HG Alto Aragon
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Travel Blogs from Sallent de Gallego - Formigal
Leave at dawns first light with five pilgrims in tow, Traveling as the light glows. Come upon apple trees! Nothing better than fresh free apples! Passing olive groves; lush, green, Fields of sunflowers hanging low, dropping seeds for next year. Rows of corn, rolling hills, A bid to the plains of Illinois. Entering Navarra providence, ...
Rest day - only 12km today. I've been walking with some Canadian pilgrims and it was another 20km to the next town with services, so we decided to stop in Arres. Beautiful tiny village!! Good choice for me as my cold has gotten worse & moved into my lungs, which proves to make for difficult walking! Glad for the rest and the local Farmacia in Puenta la Reina de Jaca was so helpful. In Spain the Farmacia is run by a doctor so I got some ...
... So lovely and peaceful when you hear the river. A beautiful lunch spot by bubbling Rio Gas and picnic tables. I long lunch consisting of cheese, nuts, fruit and chocolate! A bit of writing and then Back to the walk into Santa Cilia. Sweet tiny village right next to the river. A very old church sits at the towns edge where the sun set over the river and the Pyrenees Mts and ...
... The Way to see an octagonal Knights Templar church which was incidentally closed. Janet did, however, convince a farmer to allow us to grab some freshly picked capsicums which we munched on the way. You cannot get any fresher.
Earlier in the walk (after a reasonable climb) we reached the Pilgrims' Monument at Alto del Perdon. These are ...
... it was not hard, the moderate traffic was still moving at a good speed so not relaxing. Round 3pm we came to Puente la Rena de Jaca, a sleepy village built around a noisy gravel plant. Thankfully we could buy some snack food and cold drinks at a service station to keep us going for the last 4km to Arres, as there was no accomodation chouse here. The path left the road and sidled up a hill. Thankfully it was shady as we were weary and keeping ...