Camino de Santiago: 30 all-weather walking maps


We recently had these spiral bound maps sent to us to check out. It’s part map, part guidebook. The notebook (it’s not a book, but more than just maps) does a sound job of noting the albergues and places to eat, particularly in the more iconic stops. The maps also include information on local festivals and holidays, such as the Running of the Bulls. However, if you are looking for lots of cultural and historical info., this isn’t for you.
The maps provide basic detail of each day’s walk. If you are actually lost on the trail, they can give you a general idea of where you are in relation to other trails or roads.
The best feature is its portability. It’s lightweight and made out of durable, waterproof paper. You can carry it easily on the side of a pack or inside without worrying too much about damage.
Check out their website to order one.