Camino Packing List

This is what I brought on my June-July 2014 Camino. My pack was only 24 liters, which is very small, but it worked for me, fit great, and didn’t give my back any pain. I was able to carry all of this and some food, though I needed to pack strategically and often the bag was stuffed as full as I could get it. A little more room would have been nice.

Here is a link to a post about some things I would do differently when packing for my next Camino.

  • -Deuter ACT Trail 24 Liter pack, with rain cover
  • 2 carabiner clips, hanging on outside of pack
  • 6 diaper pins, hanging on outside of pack
  • Scallop shell, hanging on outside of pack, bought in St Jean Pied de Port

Clothing:

  • Keen Voyageur hiking shoes
  • 3 pairs Smartwool socks (Phd outdoor light mini) (*lost one pair along the way)
  • 1 pair sock liners (*never wore them)
  • 2 sports bras
  • 3 pairs underwear
  • 1 pair convertible hiking pant
  • 1 pair hiking shorts (*lost along the way, replaced with a pair of ‘lounge’ pants)
  • 2 quick-dry t-shirts
  • 1 long-sleeved quick dry t-shirt
  • Patagonia lightweight fleece
  • Marmot Precip rain jacket
  • 1 tank top
  • 1 pair flip flops
  • hat

Personal Care:

  • REI MultiTowel Lite Large
  • 1 bar Dr Bronner’s peppermint soap
  • 1 mesh soap bag
  • 2 small tubes sunscreen
  • 1 small tub vaseline
  • 1 small tube aquaphor
  • travel toothbrush
  • travel toothpaste
  • travel deoderant
  • plastic comb
  • nail clippers
  • moleskin
  • Compeed (purchased in Spain)
  • Tylenol, Benadryl

Electronics:

  • digital camera & charger (in lightweight case, hanging from outside of pack)
  • iPhone & charger
  • wireless keyboard & charger
  • outlet adapter
  • earbuds

Other:

  • -REI Travel Sack Sleeping Bag- rated to 55 degrees
  • John Brierley guidebook (*lost along the way)
  • Moleskin journal
  • Sharpie pen
  • walking stick (bought in St Jean Pied de Port)
  • buff
  • lightweight tote bag
  • passport
  • passport wallet
  • credit card, debit card, license
  • Pilgrim credential
  • 2 small rocks to leave at Cruz de Ferro
  • Spork
  • 16 ounce Nalgene water bottle
  • 1.5 liter plastic water bottle (bought in St Jean Pied de Port)
  • 3 elastic hair ties
  • several small ziploc bags
  • several plastic bags
  • Icelandair pillowMy Camino pack

 

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