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WHAT IT IS IMPORTANT TO TAKE TO MAKE THE WAY
 
Backpack
We can say that is the most important since it will be with you for many hours so we recommend that you be comfortable and light. Anatomical type, with straps at the waist and chest, and with side and upper pockets.
We recommend to put things in an orderly way and in plastic bags of different colors to facilitate the search of things and do not get wet.
We have to be careful with the weight because if we take a lot the way will be more complicated. We recommend that you do not weigh more than 10 kg.
It is also important to distribute the heaviest to the bottom and as close as possible to the back.
Better avoid carrying things hanging in the backpack, you can get wet.
Sleeping bag
If you are thinking of sleeping in hostels or shelters, it is imperative to carry both sleeping bag and mat. Depending on the time you make the road you will need different thicknesses of sack (note that in winter it is more fat, therefore it will weigh more)
Footwear
There must be more than a pair and ensure that the foot is previously accustomed to them. Ideally, a lightweight boot (which does not cause sweat to the foot), protects the ankles from sprains and facilitates walking between rocks and mud. In summer you can wear sneakers if your boots are uncomfortable.
Clothes
Little, two sets of each piece, a sweater and raincoat or layer that in case of rain can also cover the backpack. A small bag of detergent will make cleaning easier and at the end of the day you can put on clean clothes, which is always pleasant for you and for the smell of others. The style and the dress is advisable to take care of it, so that we are identified as pilgrims and not as simple sportsmen, for this we will carry in the backpack the shell or scallop and the stick or walking stick. It is convenient cloth hat or straw, the latter especially in times of heat. It is always wise to carry a pair of long trousers, which you can easily put on without taking off your boots, and a jacket to avoid getting cold at the stops and being able to dress discreetly to enter the churches, shops, shelters, etc.
Food
Always carry a little food over, especially nuts, fruit or chocolate, and the canteen filled. But it is useless to carry food for more than a day, in the shelters will inform you when the next stage is difficult to buy food.
First aid kit
You can take a small medicine chest with iodine, cloth tape, sterile gauze, strips, some laxative and antidiarrheal, an anti-inflammatory cream and sun protection cream. Never forget the Social Security card.
Walking stick:
Helps to walk although sometimes it seems annoying.
Lantern
A plastic bag (with laces to hang from the neck) makes it easy to carry the maps by hand without breaking them or getting wet. In addition to a guide with maps you can take a small book that helps you to reflect, but do not intend to take your entire library. A notepad for taking notes. It is not good to carry a lot of money and it is better to use cards. It is important that your family have an idea of ​​your route and the telephones of the Information Offices to locate you in urgent cases.


Project financiated by

Xunta de Galicia Feder







Grupo Agencia de Viajes Independientes