I usually walk with a front pack, where I keep my guide book, documents, iPad, camera, sunscreen etc... here's my packing list, along with approximate weights, and a photo of everything laid out - will it all fit into my pack???
Since returning from our Via Francigena, I've added some notes to some of the packing list below, and put a line through things we didn't need.
Packing for Via Francigena September - October
Packed in bottom section of pack
down sleeping bag 1000gm
waterproof over pants 200 GM
waterproof poncho 300gm (very handy, covered pack and body)
Packed in top section of pack - easy access if weather changes
gortex jacket - 550 gm
light fleece jacket - 300gm
Main body of pack - everything sorted into stuff sacks, makes it easy to find what's needed!
2 litre camel back - fits inside sleeve in main pack, with drinking tube
toiletries - shampoo & conditioner, moisturiser, sunscreen, soap, -900gm
underwear x 5 bra x 2 - 300 gm
socks x4 pairs - 200 gm- including fantastic injini liner toe socks! never had a blister wearing these!!!
singlet x 1- 100gm
silk LS shirt - 50gm (something nice to wear when dining out!)
Tshirts x3- blue 120gm, black 100 gm green 100 gm
LS pink Tshirt- 150 GM
long sleeved shirt - 120gm (wear on plane)
short sleeved black shirt - 100 gm
travel jeans- 400gm
zip off travel pants - 300 gm (wear on plane)
leggings - 250 gm
travel towel LG - 300 gm
hat, swimmers, sarong - 200gm
walking boots (wear on plane)
(approx 8400 gm for back pack + contents)
Font day pack - 2950 gm
arm warmers -50gm
cup & spork- 100gm
head lamp -100gm
canon 7d camera - 1.5 kg
wallet passport and documents - 300gm
Amazing how rolling things up, rather than folding - and then compressing into stuff sacks can result in everything fitting into the pack! clothes on the table are what I'm wearing on the plane. I'm undecided about wearing boots or sandals on the plane...
Ready for our Cammino! I've attached my scallop shell from 2009 Camino de Santiago to my pack - with a spare shoelace! (just in case)
Ciao until next week!
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