Weather forecast for the Camino de Baztan in December

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Start date
Dec 1
Start town
End date
Dec 5
End town
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Summary of your Camino

Total days
Total distance
108 km
Daily distance
21.6 km
Average high
Average low
Average precipitation
5.2 mm/day

The Camino de Baztán journey has different types of weather because of various locations. You might see cloudy and sunny days, but most days have rain. It is important to prepare for rain because it can sometimes be heavy.

At the beginning in Bayonne, the weather is around 7°C to 11°C. This place can have different kinds of weather: rain, sun, clouds. There's a good possibility of heavy rain.

The same type of weather is in places like Souraïde and Amaiur. The temperature is generally 6°C to 11°C, and rain can be 4.1 to 5.8 millimeters.

When you reach Berroeta, the heat might increase slightly. However, it usually rains more here. The weather is usually 8°C to 12°C with a lot of clouds and rain, averaging 6.6 millimeters.

When you get near Olagüe, it gets cooler, and the sky is a bit clearer. The weather can vary from sunny to cloudy, with rain or snow sometimes. The journey to Pamplona has temperatures from 3°C to 10°C, with partly sunny or cloudy weather and some rain.

Overall, on the Camino de Baztán journey, be ready for changing weather - from clear, cool days to rainy days, and sometimes snow. The days are usually not too hot, and the nights can be cool. Remember that even though you might see the sun, most days will be rainy.

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