Weather forecast for the Camino Aragonés in June

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Start date
Jun 1
Start town
End date
Jun 6
End town
Puente la Reina
metric (°C, mm, km)

Summary of your Camino

Total days
Total distance
166 km
Daily distance
27.6 km
Average high
Average low
Average precipitation
5.1 mm/day

Walking the Camino Aragonés, you'll experience different weather. The route starts in Somport, a rather cool, hilly area and has different weather at different points. You can expect rain often, sometimes light, sometimes heavy.

From Somport to Jaca, it's generally cool with temperatures in the teens. It rains quite often here, and it gets even more rainy as you move towards Arrés and Ruesta. The temperature may drop a bit here, and the rain can be anywhere from moderate to heavy.

As you keep going, passing through Sangüesa, Monreal, and Puente la Reina, it starts to get warmer, with temperatures usually reaching the twenties. There's still a mix of sun and rain though, with the rain usually getting lighter.

In short, you'll see all kinds of weather on the Camino Aragonés, from sunny to rainy, no matter where you are. The beginning of the route is cooler, but it warms up the further you go. On average, expect around 2.0 to 8.0 mm of rain per day, depending on exactly where you are.

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