• The second part of the Camino Frances (or the first part for many Spanish pilgrims) takes you from the village of Roncesvalles to the village of Larrasoaña. Before departing for your journey you may want to visit the Chapel of St James or the Royal Collegiate Church of Saint Mary in Roncesvalles.

    This day you will cross two mountain passes: Alto de Mezquiriz and Alto de Erro before descending to the village of Zubiri and from there walk four more kilometers to Larrasoaña.

    Many pilgrims opt to stop in the village of Zubiri after the tiring first day and start the next day from there.

    This is especially a good option if you do not plan to visit Pamplona for longer the next day.

  • There are two maps displayed on this stage: first it shoes the route from Roncesvalles to Zubiri. If you continue this day up to Larrasoaña please consult the next next map, from Zubiri to Pamplona through Larrasoaña.

    • STAGE 2: From Roncesvalles, Burguete, Camping Urrobi, Espinal, Bizkarreta, Lintzoain, Zubiri
    • STAGE 2a: From Zubiri, Urdániz, Larrasoaña, Akerreta, Zuriaín, Irotz, Zabaldika, Huarte, Trinidad de Arre, Villava, Burlada, Pamplona.
    Camino Frances2: Roncesvalles-Zubiri
    Camino Frances2: Roncesvalles-Zubiri
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  • 1. Another early start 1. Another early start 10. Camino way 10. Camino way 11. Espinal - Aurizberri 11. Espinal - Aurizberri 12. Backtrack to where the camino turns left out of the village 12. Backtrack to where the camino turns left out of the village 13. Path way 13. Path way 14. Waymark at junction of tracks 14. Waymark at junction of tracks 15. Way mark 15. Way mark 16. Way mark - junction road 16. Way mark - junction road 17. Path way in the woods 17. Path way in the woods 18. Hilly way 18. Hilly way 19. Way mark 19. Way mark 2. Path way 2. Path way 20. Another way mark 20. Another way mark 21. On the way 21. On the way 22. New roundabout and ancient ford (alas with no stepping stones) 22. New roundabout and ancient ford (alas with no stepping stones) 23. This section of the camino is a nicely paved track 23. This section of the camino is a nicely paved track 24. Paved way 24. Paved way 25. Three way fork with the camino in the middle, way mark 25. Three way fork with the camino in the middle, way mark 26. Keeping the way 26. Keeping the way 27. Two way fork 27. Two way fork 28. The camino with 2 other pilgrims. One meets and re-meets people, but there is plenty of space to walk alone if you want to. 28. The camino with 2 other pilgrims. One meets and re-meets people, but there is plenty of space to walk alone if you want to. 29. Viskarret - Biskarreta 29. Viskarret - Biskarreta 3. Burguete Auritz (All the villages here have a Spanish name and a Basque name) 3. Burguete Auritz (All the villages here have a Spanish name and a Basque name) 30. Keep going 30. Keep going 31. Path way 31. Path way 32. Signposted path 32. Signposted path 33. Path way 33. Path way 34. Mobile phone masts - the trappings of civilisation are never far away 34. Mobile phone masts - the trappings of civilisation are never far away 35. A picnic area at the Col de Erro where the camino crosses a main highway 35. A picnic area at the Col de Erro where the camino crosses a main highway 36. Logging chewed up 50 metres of the camino 36. Logging chewed up 50 metres of the camino 37. This section is said to be almost impassable in wet weather 37. This section is said to be almost impassable in wet weather 38. Derelict house on the camino 38. Derelict house on the camino 39. Informal way mark 39. Informal way mark 4. A house with an ancient coat of arms 4. A house with an ancient coat of arms 40. Paved way section 40. Paved way section 41. Approaching Zubari 41. Approaching Zubari 42. Medieval bridge at Zubari (where there is a fountain in the village) 42. Medieval bridge at Zubari (where there is a fountain in the village) 43. A rather tiresome section circumnavigating a huge cement works 43. A rather tiresome section circumnavigating a huge cement works 44. Wooden bridge 44. Wooden bridge 45. Keeping the way 45. Keeping the way 46. If you see this, you have missed the turning 46. If you see this, you have missed the turning 47. The way actually goes down these steps by the telegraph pole a little further back 47. The way actually goes down these steps by the telegraph pole a little further back 48. From where it then goes across and besides some waste heaps 48. From where it then goes across and besides some waste heaps 49. The road then gets better and climbs up to a farmhouse 49. The road then gets better and climbs up to a farmhouse 5. Ancient ford with modern bridge 5. Ancient ford with modern bridge 6. Way mark 6. Way mark 7. Ford with stepping stones 7. Ford with stepping stones 8. Ford with bridge (and two other fords fairly soon after) 8. Ford with bridge (and two other fords fairly soon after) 9. Cross roads with log felling which has removed the way marks but it is fairly obviously straight on 9. Cross roads with log felling which has removed the way marks but it is fairly obviously straight on

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