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The Journey Stage 1 Le Puy to Saugues (46km) Stage 2 Saugues to Aumont-Aubrac (46km) Stage 3 Aumont-Aubrac to Estaing (76km) Stage 4 Estaing to Conques (37 or 47 km) Stage 5 Conques to Marcilhac-sur-Cele (78km) Stage 6 Marcilhac-sur-Cele to Cahors (65km) Stage 7 Cahors to Moissac (61km) Stage 8 Moissac to Lectoure (59km) Stage 9 Lectoure to Eauze (52km) Stage 10 Eauze to Pimbo (63km) Stage 11 Pimbo to Navarrenx (62km) Stage 12 Navarrenx to St.-Jean-Pied-de-Port (61km) Stage 13 St.-Jean-Pied-de-Port to Burguete (40km) Stage 14 Burguete to Puenta la Reina (74km) Stage 15 Puenta la Reina to Viana (65km) Stage 16 Viana to Santo Domingo de la Calzada (49km) Stage 17 Santo Domingo de la Calzada to Burgos (70km) Stage 18 Burgos to Fromista (73km) Stage 19 Fromista to Sahagun (67km) Stage 20 Sahagun to Leon (67km) Stage 21 Leon to Astorga (44km) Stage 22 Astorga to Molinaseca (47km) Stage 23 Molinaseca to Villafranca del Bierzo (28km) Stage 24 Villafranca del Bierzo to O Cebreiro (36km) Stage 25 O Cebreiro to Sarria (43km) Stage 26 Sarria to Palas de Rei (60km) Stage 27 Palas de Rei to Santiago de Compostela (73km)
John Higginson has been a long-distance fell walker for many years. Having been a keen cyclist in his youth, he took up long-distance cycling in Europe a few years after he retired from the post of headmaster of a Cheshire primary school. He is now a writer and lecturer. He and his wife Andrea, who have also cycled both south-to-north and east-to-west across France and the length of the medieval pilgrimage route from Le Puy in France to Santiago de Compostela in north-west Spain, spent more than a year researching the historical traditions and the geography of the Danube Cycle Way before embarking on the journey that is described in this book. John Higginson has also written The Way of St James - Le Puy to Santiago, a Cyclists' Guide (Cicerone, 1999).