- Time of past OR future Camino
- PAST - Francés, Norte, Salvador, Portuguese
Yes absolutely!they should be referred to these photos so they know what they are getting into!!!
Well, 70km over, with a few sizeable road crossings in between.This village is the equivalent of the Roncevalles stop, just the next Valley over from the CF
I use Windy a lot but had no idea it did this.Windy.com has webcams embedded in its map so you can mouseover a location to see the weather.
Actually I am considering starting aragones on the 28th of March. But I wont schedule anything until I have a weather forecast. If there is much snow, it's probably better to make it a spring caminoThis is last week from Canfranc Pueblo in the Spanish Pyrenees on the Camino Aragones. Any time someone asks about walking a winter camino starting in France, they should be referred to these photos so they know what they are getting into!!!
This village is the equivalent of the Roncevalles stop, just the next Valley over from the CF.
I can't find this webcam. I looked on the website you posted. Help?I sometimes look at the website of the private weather station of Chalets Pedro. They are about 20 km away from the Ibañeta pass on the Valcarlos route and at the same altitude as the pass. They have not only an image of current weather conditions but, unlike many other sites, also video of the last 24 hours and video summaries of the last month and even the last year. Below is a screenshot of what it looked like a few minutes ago.
Already a few days ago, the First Reponders team of Navarra had to go and pick up a pilgrim on the Valcarlos route who had been exhausted and disoriented and had misjudged his abilities and/or the weather forecast and the conditions on the ground. They found him somewhere near the place called Gainekoleta in the snow (see link to the Bomberos' twitter post)
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Here is the direct link to the Iraty webcam: http://iraty.meteoamikuze.com/Diaporama.htmlI can't find this webcam. I looked on the website you posted. Help?
No, our service ended Nov 16th, just before the snow arrived and shut the albergue down a bit earlier than planned. Definitely no one walking over the Somport Pass right now! We hit snow there in April once and also May 1st, so anyone considering it should plan well.Vacajoe, Are you in Confrac now?