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Del Norte in August/September

Discussion in 'El Camino del Norte' started by NolaVulling, Mar 21, 2017.

  1. NolaVulling

    NolaVulling Member Donating Member Donating Member

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    Location:
    Echuca/Moama Australia
    Camino(s) past & future:
    St Jean to Santiago May/June 2011, St Jean to Santiago September/October 2012, O'Porto to Santiago August/September 2013, s'Hertogenbosch, Holland to Santiago May 25- 10 September 2014
    I am planning to walk from Hendaye/Irun at the end of August. I would appreciate any advice fellow pilgrims can give on what I can expect in relation to how busy it might be, accommodation, and weather.
     
  2. poogeyejr

    poogeyejr Active Member Donating Member

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    Camino(s) past & future:
    Norte, May 2011
    Norte, Sept 2013
    Started the Frances, 2017
    It is my favourite thing to do!!! The walk from Iran to the west! Enjoy! Buen Camino.
     
  3. spursfan

    spursfan Veteran Member Donating Member Donating Member

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    I've walked the Norte at the beginning of September
    The beach resorts on the coast will still be very popular and so accommodation might be scarce and/or expensive
    It can also be very warm and there are fewer sources of water than on the Frances
     

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