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We allow an extra day in Santiago so you can attend the Pilgrim's Mass and explore the city.Walking days: 7, Nights: 8, Total walking distance: 153km Grade: Moderate We can tailor-make your Camino to exactly meet your needs.The final part of this stage is challenging as it involves a steep climb to O’Cebreiro in the course of only a few kilometres.However, it is well worth the effort as this little village is where you will spend the night.
The Camino continues towards Mount Irago before making your way down to the wealthy area of Bierzo.
Leaving Roncesvalles you cross mountain passes through beech and oak woods alongside the River Arga.
The high mountains and deep valleys of the Pyrenees soon give way to the undulating plain that surrounds the fortress town of Pamplona.
Logrono is a large town today of 120,000 but owes it's development to the Camino de Santiago and evidence of this is in the old town which is laid out along the line of the Camino.
Walking days: 7, Nights: 8, Total walking distance: 154km Grade: Moderate to Strenuous The first part of this stage is relatively easy and the landscape is filled with vineyards.