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Night temp for a sleeping bag liner

sandy702

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June 2024- Frances
I’m leaving in a week and the weather through the Meseta looks pretty cool at night 45 to 50°F. Is that too cold for a sleeping bag liner?
 
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I’m leaving in a week and the weather through the Meseta looks pretty cool at night 45 to 50°F. Is that too cold for a sleeping bag liner?
For me it is. When staying in albergues I always bring my lightweight sleeping bag. I can always unzip a portion if I am too warm, but I have rarely happened in April/May, but I don't have much extra meat on my bones.
 
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For me it is. When staying in albergues I always bring my lightweight sleeping bag. I can always unzip a portion if I am too warm…
For me too and I always bring a sleeping bag if staying in an albergue, even in Summer. It really depends on personal preferences…. I have been really cold in O Cebreiro for instance and even used my sleeping bag inside a bed 😳😁 Oh and on the way to Finisterre too. Some people are just fine with a liner.
 
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I have completed CF and Le Puy camino with the liner only and worn fleece vest, long sleeved top and leggings to bed. Last October I completed the CF with two weeks of temperatures over 30. My cheap, lightweight 600 gm Decathlon sleeping bag was perfect. I took the liner as well. I used albergue blankets when available after the weather turned to rain. I would take my sleeping bag in summer if I did another camino.
 
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I would find it too cold but I sleep with a blanket when night time temperature is below 75F when at home.
 
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