This guide is meant to supplement the Camino Francés guide. Beginning in the Somport mountain pass, the Camino Aragonés has survived as a popular alternative to the first several stages of the French route to the North West.
Albergue Directory. A full directory of Albergues, and notes on which towns have alternative accommodation like camping, hotels, pensions, and casas rurales.
Stage Guide. Full directory of Cities along the way, in the order in which you pass them, with accurate listings of what services are available.
Location Aware. Every location is geo-located. Devices with GPS enabled will display actual distance from every point (albergue, church, city, etc.) within the app. Devices without GPS will instead show measured distances between points.
Photos. Photos of albergues, monuments and other points of interest along the way are currently viewable while online from within the app.
Maps. If you have a data connection, or are connected to wifi, you can view the locations of every point on a map. Unfortunately, this feature is unavailable without a connection.
Scrollable Elevation Map. This one is hard to show with just a screenshot, but the elevation that appears at the top of every city page scrolls East - West. One complete elevation, from Somport to Puente la Reina, uninterrupted by page folds.
Comments. Albergue closed early for the season? Have a restaurant that you want to share, or perhaps one to warn others about? Every location in the app gives you the opportunity to leave a comment and to read the comments left by others. These comments are also used to keep the app up to date. No registration necessary.
INSTANT UPDATES: This is the only guide that is always up to date. Whether you plan to walk next week, or next year, up to date information can be re-downloaded and stored from within the app.