When it comes to Spanish walking there are few people more knowledgeable than my Spanish friend Juan Holgado. I had fallen in love with Spain when I walked across it in 2011 on the way to Budapest so when Juan suggested that I have a look at the GR1 I jumped at the idea. Juan has just about walked every Spanish long distance trail and rates the GR1 as the countries best. I did it for the first time in 2012 and after subsequent trips in 2013 and 2014 have now written the first comprehensive guide to the route for Cicerone. This page is designed to answer some basic questions about Spain's best long distance walk and keep readers up to date with its development.
What is the GR1 Sendero Histórico?
What's the countryside like on GR1 Sendero Histórico?
What is 'Históric' about the GR1?
What's the accommodation like on the GR1?
How do I find my way on the GR1?
Some GR1 Q & As
A GR1 Radio Interview
GR1 Accommodation Updates
GR1 Updates to the description
On the GR1 with Rebecca and Barry
New Zealanders on the GR1
A Norwegian on the GR1
A guest blog from Stephen Mulvey
If there are other
Spain's Sendero Historico: The GR1: Northern Spain - Picos to the Mediterranean (Trekking) http://www.johnhayeswalks.c