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Sleeping bag liner or sleeping bag for mid august 12 day camino?

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Portia1

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Frances 2009, Portuguese 2012
Frances 2016, (Frances 2019)
There aren’t always blankets and some of the ones available aren’t particularly clean. But you will most likely be ok with a liner in August and early September. There may be a night or two when you’ll need to put on whatever layers of clothing you have to keep warm. I also found that my poncho laid on top of me kept some heat in when it was cold—in October.
 

Cmcfisch

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SJPdP to Santiago May 1, ( 2019 )
I began my Camino May 1st and carried both a silk liner and a down quilt, both were very light weight but I could have left the quilt at home 90% of the time. I agree with layering clothes or using the occasional blanket available if needed, you’ll be plenty warm.
 

lt56ny

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Camino(s) past & future
CF2012,Le Puy/CF 2015 Portugues 2017 Norte 2018, CF 2019
Slept with a silk sleep sack on the Norte all the way to November 1st. You can always sleep in your clothes if you get cold. I doubt if you will get cold in August on the Camino, especially being from Ireland. You should have no problem at all!!! Don't waste space and weight with a back pack.
 

psheehan

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CF, CPo, CdN, CPr, F, CS, CV, CI, VdlP, CS, CA
August of last year I walked from Logrono to Fromista and just carried a silk liner. It worked perfectly and as others have said, an additional blanket will suffice in case of any cool nights.
 

Rover

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Camino Francis, Fall 2016
What do you think?
No question . . . liner. Look at the average temps for the Camino in August . . . dare I say more? Side note. Since you have a couple of Camino's under your belt, you also know that alburges' typically have blankets for those rare occasions where it might be necessary.
 
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2017 2018
No question . . . liner. Look at the average temps for the Camino in August . . . dare I say more? Side note. Since you have a couple of Camino's under your belt, you also know that alburges' typically have blankets for those rare occasions where it might be necessary.
Rover
 

Roland49

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CF 2019 June/July/August
Walked the CF in July, 1st to 27th.
In 2 Albergues it was really to cold for my silk liner. In both no blankets available.

In Burgos we had 38°C day temp, and 7°C in the next morning. Windows open, no spanish walkers in room ;).
If I walk a Camino again, I'll take a lightweight, thin sleeping bag with me.
 

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