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How to know what to bring with you on the Camino de Santiago – Camino de Santiago

The Camino Portugues starts in Lisbon Portugal and ends in Santiago de Compostela. It is one of the few Camino de Santiago routes that travels along the sea.

Walking the Camino - Scallop

How to Train to Walk the Camino de Santiago: Walking the Camino - Scallop. Specific and practical advice on wearing in shoes, distance by day and planning.

Pulled from our archives, the Mountain Light Cascade is a tribute to one of Danner’s iconic hiking styles introduced in the early 1970’s. Heralded by many to be

Pulled from our archives, the Mountain Light Cascade is a tribute to one of Danner’s iconic hiking styles introduced in the early Heralded by many to be the greatest backpacking boot of all ti

The Best Time to Walk the Camino de Santiago

Do you need hiking boots? All of your common Camino de Santiago questions answered!

Walking the Camino de Santiago solo is an epic adventure for women. Flex your sense of adventure and travel on your own terms as you enjoy your time on the pilgrimage

Walking the Camino de Santiago solo is an epic adventure for women. Flex your sense of adventure and travel on your own terms as you enjoy your time on the pilgrimage. A girlfriend of mine recently took this pilgrimage solo and loved it.

Over the years, I’ve featured dozens of travel tips and destination guides for the solo female traveler, but I wanted to put together a comprehensive female travel resource for anyone—whether you are a first-time solo traveler looking for that extra push to take their first trip, or a seasoned traveler. Check out my ultimate guide to Solo Female Travel!

Over the years, I’ve featured dozens of travel tips and destination guides for the solo female traveler, but I wanted to put together a comprehensive female travel resource for anyone—whether you are a first-time solo traveler looking for that extra push