Running the Camino: A Journey to Santiago

From July 1 to July 27, 2019, I ran nearly 500 miles and climbed 50,000 feet to reach Santiago de Compostela, Spain. I didn’t believe I could do it, but somehow I did. And I learned a whole lot along the way. I hope others can learn from my journey too, from the practical to the personal:

What Is the Camino de Santiago?
A guide to the famous pilgrimage and my own path to Santiago.

Why Did You Run It?!
Yes, most people walk. But why not run?

What Happened?
My day-by-day Camino Diaries (with lots of pictures).

What Did You Pack?
A full packing list and recommendations.

What Did You Eat?
People really seem to worry about this!

What Did You Learn?
A lot.

Any Practical Tips?
A few.

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“It’s your road, yours alone. Others may walk it with you, but no one can walk it for you.” –Rumi

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