A donation to the forum removes ads for you, and supports Ivar in his work running it

Advertisement

Camino Forum Donation

Mobile phone pouch for backpack straps

Camino(s) past & future
CF(2012)
TdMB/KLW(2014)
Portugues(2015)
St Olavs Way(2016)
88 Temples Japan(2017)
PWC & VF (2019)
Walking the VF from March & for the first time, I'll be leaving my camera behind & just taking my mobile phone. I'm used to my camera case being looped through the waist/hip straps of my backpack which has always worked well as its easily accessible. I'm hoping to adopt the same method with my phone but struggling to find a suitable pouch. I don't want a separate item around my waist (like a bum bag) but just a pouch to loop on my backpack strap. Seems obvious to put the phone in a clothing pocket but that doesn't work for me. Anyone know of a product to fit the bill? Still searching.... Thanks ๐Ÿ‘ฃ ๐ŸŒ
 

davebugg

"When I Have Your Wounded" - Dustoff Motto
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances...
Sept. 2017: SJPdP to Burgos
Sept./Oct. 2018: SJPdP to Santiago de Compostela

JillGat

la tierra encantada
Camino(s) past & future
C. Frances
SJPP - Finisterre - Muxia, May 2016
C. Frances, Sept 2017
Via de La Plata (spring, 2019)
Originally, in villages where Iberian pigs were butchered, the stomach and intestines were saved and donated to passing pilgrims. Pork stomachs were often filled with air by the pilgrims, stitched shut and hung to dry, after which they were used as footballs, kicked along the Way. Intestines had a variety of uses, including casings for morcilla (blood sausage) and other favorite dishes, such as menudo. Small pouches of the intestine were often carefully dried into appropriate shapes, specifically for carrying cell phones. They were stitched to the pack straps using salvaged cat-gut.
I hope this helps.
 
Last edited:

Kiwi-family

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Past: (2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018)-Frances, Baztan, San Salvador, Primitivo, Fisterra,VdlP, Madrid
My backpack has a perfect pocket on the hip strap but what you desribe would be very easy to make!
 

trecile

Camino Addict
Camino(s) past & future
SJPDP-Finisterre X 2 - 2016 & 2017, El Norte - Irun to Vilalba 2018
Originally, in villages where Iberian pigs were butchered, the stomach and intestines were saved and donated to passing pilgrims. Pork stomachs were often filled with air by the pilgrims, stitched shut and hung to dry, after which they were used as footballs, kicked along the Way. Intestines had a variety of uses, including being made into favorite dishes, such as menudo. Small pouches of the intestine were often carefully dried into appropriate shapes, specifically for carrying cell phones. They were stitched to the pack straps using salvaged cat-gut.
I hope this helps.
Okay...
 
Camino(s) past & future
CF(2012)
TdMB/KLW(2014)
Portugues(2015)
St Olavs Way(2016)
88 Temples Japan(2017)
PWC & VF (2019)
Www.gossamergear.com make several lightweight, ripstop nylon pouches that will work. But this is a US vendor. I do not know what similar products might be available in OZ.
Thanks for the tip...that's a brand I hadn't heard of before...but I guess that's what international post is for! ๐Ÿ˜
 
Camino(s) past & future
CF(2012)
TdMB/KLW(2014)
Portugues(2015)
St Olavs Way(2016)
88 Temples Japan(2017)
PWC & VF (2019)
Thanks Davebugg. Definitely some brands there I hadn't heard of...admittedly I only looked on Amazon Australia. Think I've found a suitable pouch on eBay. It actually comes under 'army tactical gear'...sure to make a fashion statement but should be durable! ๐Ÿ˜
 
Camino(s) past & future
CF(2012)
TdMB/KLW(2014)
Portugues(2015)
St Olavs Way(2016)
88 Temples Japan(2017)
PWC & VF (2019)
My backpack has a perfect pocket on the hip strap but what you desribe would be very easy to make!
A pocket on the hip strap..good design is a wonderful thing! Sewing not my strong suit (I tend to staple everything ๐Ÿ˜‡ ) but think I've found a suitable item on eBay for under $10 incl postage. What brand backpack do you have?...just for future reference! Thanks ๐Ÿ‘ฃ ๐ŸŒ
 
Camino(s) past & future
CF(2012)
TdMB/KLW(2014)
Portugues(2015)
St Olavs Way(2016)
88 Temples Japan(2017)
PWC & VF (2019)
Originally, in villages where Iberian pigs were butchered, the stomach and intestines were saved and donated to passing pilgrims. Pork stomachs were often filled with air by the pilgrims, stitched shut and hung to dry, after which they were used as footballs, kicked along the Way. Intestines had a variety of uses, including casings for morcilla (blood sausage) and other favorite dishes, such as menudo. Small pouches of the intestine were often carefully dried into appropriate shapes, specifically for carrying cell phones. They were stitched to the pack straps using salvaged cat-gut.
I hope this helps.
Australian Customs would be thrilled.... ๐Ÿ– ๐Ÿ‘ฎโ€โ™€๏ธ๐ŸŒ
 
Last edited:

Kiwi-family

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Past: (2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018)-Frances, Baztan, San Salvador, Primitivo, Fisterra,VdlP, Madrid
A pocket on the hip strap..good design is a wonderful thing! Sewing not my strong suit (I tend to staple everything ๐Ÿ˜‡ ) but think I've found a suitable item on eBay for under $10 incl postage. What brand backpack do you have?...just for future reference! Thanks ๐Ÿ‘ฃ ๐ŸŒ
Deuter SL 35+10 but many packs have this feature.
 
Camino(s) past & future
Caminho Portugues (2017)
Originally, in villages where Iberian pigs were butchered, the stomach and intestines were saved and donated to passing pilgrims. Pork stomachs were often filled with air by the pilgrims, stitched shut and hung to dry, after which they were used as footballs, kicked along the Way. Intestines had a variety of uses, including casings for morcilla (blood sausage) and other favorite dishes, such as menudo. Small pouches of the intestine were often carefully dried into appropriate shapes, specifically for carrying cell phones. They were stitched to the pack straps using salvaged cat-gut.
I hope this helps.
Wow, it must have taken real guts to wear something like that.
 

t2andreo

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
C/F: 2013, 2014
C/M: 2016
C/P: 2015, 2017
C/I: 2018
Voluntario: 2014 to 2018
I prefer to keep my smartphone on my person at all times. This is for ready access, to prevent loss or theft, and to protect the device from both impact and the elements. Where I go, the phone goes. I could easily carry it on a rucksack strap, but that puts it one "senior moment" away from loss...o_O

To date, I have placed my smartphone in a HD Lok Sack pouch, then into a cargo pocket, when not in use. This has worked very well. But, when I am using it constantly for route detection or research, or to take photos, etc. it is out of the pouch and stuck in any available pocket. This is not a wise idea.

Most everything in my mochila can easily be replaced by a visit to the nearest Decathlon. But, and as most of you might agree, losing your smartphone would be a crisis of somewhat larger proportions.

This past off-season, I found a line of very durable cargo trousers, without zip offs, made of 80 % poly and 20 % cotton. They are made by 'Tru-Spec.'

Yes, I know they digress from the normal 100 % polyester for very rapid air drying. And if you want shorts you have to buy a second pair as they do not have zips.

But, these pants come out of the washing machine / lavadera spin cycle already starting to dry in places, before they are hung on a line or thrown in the dryer / secadora. So, that may argue in favor of considering these Tru-Spec Ascent pants for Camino use. Normally, cotton is a 'no-no.' But, it might be worth a try.

The feature that really endears them to me is a separate, purpose-made pocket, immediately behind each lower cargo pocket, specifically sized for a smartphone. The pocket is an open top slot, but is very deep. My iPhone XR rides in there very well, and does not tip or slide out when I sit or drive.

I haven't tried a head-stand yet, nor am I likely to. But, my sense is that is what it would take to allow the phone to come out unintentionally. Each leg has this most excellent pocket.

PLUS, each hip has an additional pocket sized to hold a multi-tool or torch / flashlight, or even a pair of reader eyeglasses for folks of a certain age... ;)These tool pockets are located just behind and slightly up from the side 'hip' pockets.

This, in addition to 2 (each) cargo pockets, hip pockets, and rear pockets. That is 10 pockets in all, if my fingers don't lie. Don't forget a good belt...or suspenders...to hold them up when you are "geared-up."

I now wear these long pants, or identical shorts (10" inseam), for daily use here in Florida. They have become my go to pants. Also, I am considering using them for my upcoming Camino Primitivo in May this year, instead of my go-to REI Sahara double-zip pants. It depends on the weather. I may wear one long pair and bring a second pair of shorts. We shall see... Still mending from two surgeries... first, I have to get better enough to walk for a few weeks.

If you might be interested in these pants for Camino use, you can find them at www.truspec.com, or at other vendors. The style is called "Ascent." Here is the direct link for:

Men's: http://www.truspec.com/24-7-series/pants/mens-ascent-pants

Women's: https://www.truspec.com/24-7-series/womens-apparel/women-s-ascent-pants

I checked Amazon. They are available there. You might be able to save money on some colors or sizes...

Hope this helps.
 
Last edited:
Camino(s) past & future
Sarria to Santiago 2014
Pamplona to Santiago 2017
Norte. 2018
I found these are they are great. I put water in one and sunglasses or phone or whatever in the other. Hook right on your straps. E75B1125-2238-4B76-88F1-86EE07E30D1B.png
 

Waterlassie

So Cal Stroller
Camino(s) past & future
April, 2019
In the many years that I have been hiking and backpacking, I settled with a Cliphanger on my phone. I can attach on a belt loop, my waist belt, a shoulder strap, almost anywhere. And it's small enough that I can still fit my phone in my pants pocket if I choose.

https://www.cliphanger.com/
 

Joodle

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
CF May 10th- June 21st 2016
VDLP March-April 2017
CF coming up April-May
Camino(s) past & future
CF(2012)
TdMB/KLW(2014)
Portugues(2015)
St Olavs Way(2016)
88 Temples Japan(2017)
PWC & VF (2019)
In the many years that I have been hiking and backpacking, I settled with a Cliphanger on my phone. I can attach on a belt loop, my waist belt, a shoulder strap, almost anywhere. And it's small enough that I can still fit my phone in my pants pocket if I choose.

https://www.cliphanger.com/
Interesting product...any issues with the phone banging around? ie when you bend over etc? ๐Ÿ˜Š
 

Geoff Shepherd

Iโ€™m the big fella on the left.
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances Sep-Oct 2018
Walking the VF from March & for the first time, I'll be leaving my camera behind & just taking my mobile phone. I'm used to my camera case being looped through the waist/hip straps of my backpack which has always worked well as its easily accessible. I'm hoping to adopt the same method with my phone but struggling to find a suitable pouch. I don't want a separate item around my waist (like a bum bag) but just a pouch to loop on my backpack strap. Seems obvious to put the phone in a clothing pocket but that doesn't work for me. Anyone know of a product to fit the bill? Still searching.... Thanks ๐Ÿ‘ฃ ๐ŸŒ
I modified an Osprey bag with a small hole each side to be able to clip on the front of my shoulder straps with a carabiner each side through the holes. See first photo. I used this for my glasses, phone, passport, wallet etc - ie, all my valuables. It had the advantage of a strap tucked in behind in its own pocket which I could pull out after walking and use it as a bum bag or shoulder bag. See second photo. All available in Aust. I found it very easy to clip on and off and so was able to keep my valuables with me at all times. Even for short stops for lunch etc.
 

Attachments

Camino(s) past & future
CF(2012)
TdMB/KLW(2014)
Portugues(2015)
St Olavs Way(2016)
88 Temples Japan(2017)
PWC & VF (2019)
I modified an Osprey bag with a small hole each side to be able to clip on the front of my shoulder straps with a carabiner each side through the holes. See first photo. I used this for my glasses, phone, passport, wallet etc - ie, all my valuables. It had the advantage of a strap tucked in behind in its own pocket which I could pull out after walking and use it as a bum bag or shoulder bag. See second photo. All available in Aust. I found it very easy to clip on and off and so was able to keep my valuables with me at all times. Even for short stops for lunch etc.
Necessity is the mother of invention Geoff ๐Ÿ‘ Great job...we love multi-purpose & adaptability. I think preferred body positioning of a bag/pouch may be different for males & females...there are some places where you just don't want any extra baggage! ๐Ÿ˜„ A waist set-up works best for me. I think I've resolved the issue with the purchase of an army-type holster pouch. Now I just have to wait for it to arrive in the post... ๐Ÿ‘ฃ ๐ŸŒ
 
Last edited:

Geoff Shepherd

Iโ€™m the big fella on the left.
Camino(s) past & future
Camino Frances Sep-Oct 2018
Necessity is the mother of invention Geoff ๐Ÿ‘ Great job...we love multi-purpose & adaptability. I think preferred body positioning of a bag/pouch may be different for males & females...there are some places where you just don't want any extra baggage! ๐Ÿ˜„ A waist set-up works best for me. I think I've resolved the issue with the purchase of an army-type holster pouch. Now I just have to wait for it to arrive in the post... ๐Ÿ‘ฃ ๐ŸŒ
@kazrobbo, good call๐Ÿ˜„. Yes there would be obvious โ€˜lady issuesโ€™ with my arrangement. Good luck and Cooee. Have a great Camino.
 

t2andreo

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
C/F: 2013, 2014
C/M: 2016
C/P: 2015, 2017
C/I: 2018
Voluntario: 2014 to 2018
Necessity is the mother of invention Geoff ๐Ÿ‘ Great job...we love multi-purpose & adaptability. I think preferred body positioning of a bag/pouch may be different for males & females...there are some places where you just don't want any extra baggage! ๐Ÿ˜„ A waist set-up works best for me. I think I've resolved the issue with the purchase of an army-type holster pouch. Now I just have to wait for it to arrive in the post... ๐Ÿ‘ฃ ๐ŸŒ
Outstanding! I have that same Osprey 'bum bag.' I don't think they make it anymore. Your adaptation is great. I did not work out as a waist-type bag as it was too small. But, as a high carry chest bag for stuff you want quick access to...great idea!!!

If anatomy precludes a high chest carry, consider wearing it cross shoulder, as Geoff's second photo shows. You put it on BEFORE your rucksack. I have done this with other sorts of bags. It works well. Plus, the small sack is always with you, even if you remove your rucksack.

Hope this helps.
 
Camino(s) past & future
CF(2012)
TdMB/KLW(2014)
Portugues(2015)
St Olavs Way(2016)
88 Temples Japan(2017)
PWC & VF (2019)
Outstanding! I have that same Osprey 'bum bag.' I don't think they make it anymore. Your adaptation is great. I did not work out as a waist-type bag as it was too small. But, as a high carry chest bag for stuff you want quick access to...great idea!!!

If anatomy precludes a high chest carry, consider wearing it cross shoulder, as Geoff's second photo shows. You put it on BEFORE your rucksack. I have done this with other sorts of bags. It works well. Plus, the small sack is always with you, even if you remove your rucksack.

Hope this helps.
I have the Pacsafe Citysafe CS25 which I'm taking with me; it can be worn either across the body or as a bumbag. Perfect size for essentials needing to be readily accessed & built-in RFID protection to boot.
My original plan was this item would 'triple-up' as the pouch to be looped through my backpack waist strap however the loops aren't quite wide enough to get the clips of my favourite backpack through. The straps/clips of 2 of my other backpacks do fit, but of course I want to take 'Old Faithful' with me... ๐Ÿค— ๐Ÿ‘ฃ ๐ŸŒ
 

Robo

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
CF SJPdP to SdC
(May 2015)
CF Sarria to SdC
(May 2016)
CF SJPDP-SdC
(Apr/May 2018)
VdlP (2020)
I modified an Osprey bag with a small hole each side to be able to clip on the front of my shoulder straps with a carabiner each side through the holes. See first photo. I used this for my glasses, phone, passport, wallet etc - ie, all my valuables. It had the advantage of a strap tucked in behind in its own pocket which I could pull out after walking and use it as a bum bag or shoulder bag. See second photo. All available in Aust. I found it very easy to clip on and off and so was able to keep my valuables with me at all times. Even for short stops for lunch etc.
Nice! Must look out for one :)
This looks similar @Geoff Shepherd?
https://www.paddypallin.com.au/osprey-ultralight-grabbag.html
 

Waterlassie

So Cal Stroller
Camino(s) past & future
April, 2019
Interesting product...any issues with the phone banging around? ie when you bend over etc? ๐Ÿ˜Š
All depends on where you put it. When I have my pack on, I usually have it clipped to my waist belt where I can easily get to it for that quick picture. After taking my pack off, I clip my phone to a belt loop where it does move around more, but it doesn't bother me.
 

alaskadiver

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
May 2017-Camino Primitivo
April 2019-Camino de Invierno

Jim Stinson

ibrew4u
Camino(s) past & future
5/2015 CF
4/2017 CF
(4/2019 Portugese)
A pocket on the hip strap..good design is a wonderful thing! Sewing not my strong suit (I tend to staple everything ๐Ÿ˜‡ ) but think I've found a suitable item on eBay for under $10 incl postage. What brand backpack do you have?...just for future reference! Thanks ๐Ÿ‘ฃ ๐ŸŒ
Deuter has a pouch on one side of older packs, and both sides on some newer models. iPhone 5-8 fit perfectly.
 

MichelleElynHogan

Veteran Member
If still open to ideas, I take two small Hero style cameras. One does stills and the other does video, only a couple ounces a piece. I went to the thrift store and found a small camera bag that fits all the camera stuff, including cables, charger etc. Total cost: C$2.50. I saw similar cases there too for as little as a dollar. To clip to my straps, I used a couple of carabiners. Easy peasy.
 

Chaya

Camino Addict
Camino(s) past & future
SJPP-SdC Ap-May14
Navx-Muxia Mar-Ap17
SJPP-SdC May17
SJPP-Fterre Feb-Mar18
SJPP-Muxia (Feb-Mar19)
I'm not sure if you are in Hobart? I'm guessing you could be? If you are, I sold a small Salomon pouch to Recycled Recreation recently. It was meant to be a small bottle holder, but I had used it to hold my ph on my last pack. I would say it would work for you if it is still there.
 
Camino(s) past & future
CF(2012)
TdMB/KLW(2014)
Portugues(2015)
St Olavs Way(2016)
88 Temples Japan(2017)
PWC & VF (2019)
I'm not sure if you are in Hobart? I'm guessing you could be? If you are, I sold a small Salomon pouch to Recycled Recreation recently. It was meant to be a small bottle holder, but I had used it to hold my ph on my last pack. I would say it would work for you if it is still there.
No, not in Hobart but next time I am, I will certainly check out Recycled Recreation...hadn't heard of them before but what a great idea for buying & selling gear! Also I didn't know Salomon did items other than footwear & clothing. I absolutely love their shoes...since discovering them, I won't wear anything else. Thanks for both tips Chaya! ๐Ÿ‘
 

Jeff Crawley

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Contemplating yet another "final" Camino
but 2019?
Originally, in villages where Iberian pigs were butchered, the stomach and intestines were saved and donated to passing pilgrims. Pork stomachs were often filled with air by the pilgrims, stitched shut and hung to dry, after which they were used as footballs, kicked along the Way. Intestines had a variety of uses, including casings for morcilla (blood sausage) and other favorite dishes, such as menudo. Small pouches of the intestine were often carefully dried into appropriate shapes, specifically for carrying cell phones. They were stitched to the pack straps using salvaged cat-gut.
I hope this helps.
Ah! Simpler times eh?
 

Jeff Crawley

Veteran Member
Camino(s) past & future
Contemplating yet another "final" Camino
but 2019?
I use one of THESE - clips on to belt or pack. My Samsung pokes out enough to be easily gripped for removal and it isn't too tight so when you need to take a quick snap you won't struggle. Stops me pocket dialing people too!
 
Camino(s) past & future
๐Ÿ˜ฑ
Originally, in villages where Iberian pigs were butchered, the stomach and intestines were saved and donated to passing pilgrims. Pork stomachs were often filled with air by the pilgrims, stitched shut and hung to dry, after which they were used as footballs, kicked along the Way. Intestines had a variety of uses, including casings for morcilla (blood sausage) and other favorite dishes, such as menudo. Small pouches of the intestine were often carefully dried into appropriate shapes, specifically for carrying cell phones. They were stitched to the pack straps using salvaged cat-gut.
I hope this helps.
๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ love this
 
Camino(s) past & future
(2016)Porto to Santiago;Santiago to Finisterre
I prefer to keep my smartphone on my person at all times. This is for ready access, to prevent loss or theft, and to protect the device from both impact and the elements. Where I go, the phone goes. I could easily carry it on a rucksack strap, but that puts it one "senior moment" away from loss...o_O

To date, I have placed my smartphone in a HD Lok Sack pouch, then into a cargo pocket, when not in use. This has worked very well. But, when I am using it constantly for route detection or research, or to take photos, etc. it is out of the pouch and stuck in any available pocket. This is not a wise idea.

Most everything in my mochila can easily be replaced by a visit to the nearest Decathlon. But, and as most of you might agree, losing your smartphone would be a crisis of somewhat larger proportions.

This past off-season, I found a line of very durable cargo trousers, without zip offs, made of 80 % poly and 20 % cotton. They are made by 'Tru-Spec.'

Yes, I know they digress from the normal 100 % polyester for very rapid air drying. And if you want shorts you have to buy a second pair as they do not have zips.

But, these pants come out of the washing machine / lavadera spin cycle already starting to dry in places, before they are hung on a line or thrown in the dryer / secadora. So, that may argue in favor of considering these Tru-Spec Ascent pants for Camino use. Normally, cotton is a 'no-no.' But, it might be worth a try.

The feature that really endears them to me is a separate, purpose-made pocket, immediately behind each lower cargo pocket, specifically sized for a smartphone. The pocket is an open top slot, but is very deep. My iPhone XR rides in there very well, and does not tip or slide out when I sit or drive.

I haven't tried a head-stand yet, nor am I likely to. But, my sense is that is what it would take to allow the phone to come out unintentionally. Each leg has this most excellent pocket.

PLUS, each hip has an additional pocket sized to hold a multi-tool or torch / flashlight, or even a pair of reader eyeglasses for folks of a certain age... ;)These tool pockets are located just behind and slightly up from the side 'hip' pockets.

This, in addition to 2 (each) cargo pockets, hip pockets, and rear pockets. That is 10 pockets in all, if my fingers don't lie. Don't forget a good belt...or suspenders...to hold them up when you are "geared-up."

I now wear these long pants, or identical shorts (10" inseam), for daily use here in Florida. They have become my go to pants. Also, I am considering using them for my upcoming Camino Primitivo in May this year, instead of my go-to REI Sahara double-zip pants. It depends on the weather. I may wear one long pair and bring a second pair of shorts. We shall see... Still mending from two surgeries... first, I have to get better enough to walk for a few weeks.

If you might be interested in these pants for Camino use, you can find them at www.truspec.com, or at other vendors. The style is called "Ascent." Here is the direct link for:

Men's: http://www.truspec.com/24-7-series/pants/mens-ascent-pants

Women's: https://www.truspec.com/24-7-series/womens-apparel/women-s-ascent-pants

I checked Amazon. They are available there. You might be able to save money on some colors or sizes...

Hope this helps.
Everything I click on says 65 poly and 35 cotton. Too much cotton
 
Camino(s) past & future
CF(2012)
TdMB/KLW(2014)
Portugues(2015)
St Olavs Way(2016)
88 Temples Japan(2017)
PWC & VF (2019)
I use one of THESE - clips on to belt or pack. My Samsung pokes out enough to be easily gripped for removal and it isn't too tight so when you need to take a quick snap you won't struggle. Stops me pocket dialing people too!
I ended up ordering something very similar...just waiting on delivery! ๐Ÿ˜ŠScreenshot_20190129-145411_Chrome.jpg
 

Anthony18

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
2019
I modified an Osprey bag with a small hole each side to be able to clip on the front of my shoulder straps with a carabiner each side through the holes. See first photo. I used this for my glasses, phone, passport, wallet etc - ie, all my valuables. It had the advantage of a strap tucked in behind in its own pocket which I could pull out after walking and use it as a bum bag or shoulder bag. See second photo. All available in Aust. I found it very easy to clip on and off and so was able to keep my valuables with me at all times. Even for short stops for lunch etc.
Excellent idea!
 

OLDER threads on this topic


Book your lodging here

Booking.com


Advertisement

Booking.com

Most downloaded Resources

Forum Rules

Forum Rules

Camino Forum Store

Camino Forum Store

Casa Ivar Newsletter

Forum Donation

Forum Donation
For those with no forum account, it is possible to donate here as well. Thank you for your support! Ivar

Follow Casa Ivar on Instagram

When is the best time to walk?

  • January

    Votes: 12 1.4%
  • February

    Votes: 5 0.6%
  • March

    Votes: 37 4.4%
  • April

    Votes: 132 15.5%
  • May

    Votes: 204 24.0%
  • June

    Votes: 60 7.1%
  • July

    Votes: 17 2.0%
  • August

    Votes: 13 1.5%
  • September

    Votes: 253 29.8%
  • October

    Votes: 100 11.8%
  • November

    Votes: 12 1.4%
  • December

    Votes: 5 0.6%
Top