Camino de Santiago

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Apr 15, 2018
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I will be hiking my first Camino de Santiago the Frances part starting April 30-May 6. I am a solo traveler, a senior citizen, and do have accommodations each night. I have heard that the weather in that area has been very bad--lots of rain, mud, rivers overflowing, some parts impassible. I'd rather postpone if the conditions are really bad. I would like to hear from anyone who has experience with this part of the camino and with the weather conditions in the next few weeks.
 
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You may want to post your question on an appropriate forum on tripadvisor, as local people often give information. I tried to search the newspapers but there was nothing recent specific to the area (I searched some French news sites for St. Jean Pied de Port).