Hiking and Cycling the California Missions Trail
Sandy Brown talks us through the new guidebook covering Sonoma to San Diego
Today we're bringing you the highlights from our October Cicerone Live event with author Sandy Brown, who will be discussing the 800 mile (1289km) California Missions Trail between San Francisco Bay and San Diego. The pilgrimage trail takes in 21 historic Spanish missions and can be completed in 50-60 walking days or 2-3 weeks cycling.
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About our guest
Sandy Brown is Cicerone’s Assoc Publisher for Caminos and Pilgrimages. He has walked or biked over 10,000km of pilgrim trails in Europe and the US. Sandy is the author of Cicerone's guidebook to the Camino de Santiago: Camino Francés, a route he has walked or biked four times since 2008. He is also the author of Cicerone's guide to the Way of St Francis and Cicerone's new and upcoming guidebooks to the Via Francigena, and records his pilgrim adventures in his popular blog, www.caminoist.org. Sandy has recently walked and cycled the California Missions Trail so has plenty to say about the 814-mile trail.
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