Bikepacking The Camino De Santiago: A Photo Journal

It happens every January living here in Minneapolis; I dream about being outside on my bike, traveling someplace warm over something other than snow. Last year, right about that time, a girlfriend threw out the idea of biking the 500-mile Camino de Santiago from the French Pyrenees to the coast of Spain. Fully on board with the idea, we began planning, gathering gear, testing packed-out bikes on frozen ground, then by the end of April we were boarding the plane, heading toward what would be an amazing trail of mountains, farmland, walkers, and Rioja. Here are some images from our trip.

 

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Kelly MacWilliams

Kelly MacWilliams

Origins: San Francisco Bay Area Location: Minneapolis, MN (Harrison!) Likes: Bikes, Arturo Bandini, large metal sculpture, photography, design, anything jalapeƱo, denim, albino squirrels, bock beer, and my backyard fire pit. Dislikes: Television and beets.

COMMENTS (4)

Logan | October 4th, 2014

Nice photos! Spain in the spring makes for some nice riding…

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Arol | October 4th, 2014

Great trip and photos. I would like to see you do an article describing the trip and the logistics.

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mr bucket | October 6th, 2014

How many days did you need to do the whole trail?

Nicholas Carman | October 11th, 2014

Great photos!  Must point my tires toward Spain soon.

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