Weather forecast for the Camino Catalán in March

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Start date
Mar 1
Start town
Monestir de Montserrat
End date
Mar 18
End town
Puente la Reina
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Summary of your Camino

Total days
Total distance
439 km
Daily distance
24.4 km
Average high
Average low
Average precipitation
2.1 mm/day

On the Camino Catalán trail, you can expect some sunshine, clouds and a bit of rain. In the early part from Montserrat to Monzón, it's a bit cold, with highest temperatures around 15-16°C and lowest between 0-5°C. It might rain a bit too, around 2 mm on average.

As you walk from Berbegal to Huesca, the weather is similar - some sun, some clouds and a little rain. It's still chilly with highs in the mid-teens and lows around 3-4°C. The rain tends to be a bit less here, under 1 mm on average.

When you reach Bolea and head towards the mountains, it gets colder. Places like Santa Cilia, Arrés, and Ruesta reach highs of just 6-7°C and can go below freezing. You may experience some light rain turning into snow sometimes, which can be as much as 7 mm at times.

The last part of the trip from Sangüesa to Puente la Reina is warmer again, with highs back to the low teens and lows around 3-4°C. But it can still rain anytime. The weather can change a lot on this route, so be ready for everything.

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