It will still be cold at night time and most probable sunny at day time.
Up to you
I went September last year. I didn't do the trek so I'm replying in terms of spending time in accommodation vs tents. I found days warm and sunny and evenings cool/cold. I took a wind/water resistant jacket that I didn't use as it didn't rain. I also took a light weight slightly quilted jacket (not down or anything) that I would wear in the evenings and I was fine. I thought if cold I would have worn the wind/water resistant jacket over the other jacket but I didn't need to. If you have room I would take it but you'll probably be ok with just the wind/water resistant jacket if you have a jumper/fleece under it ( I didn't take any of these so my weight slightly quilted jacket was used as a multipurpose item. Hope that makes sense. I had layers on though - tank under a tshirt under the jacket. I didn't use gloves or beanie and they are easily bought there as they are well known for their textile and wool products and you can find at all the markets
Thank you! That is helpful! I won't be camping there at night so it's more early morning and daytime I'm concerned about regarding needing a coat. My wind/water resistant jacket has a quilted removable shell I could wear too if need be I guess! Layers are always safe - thanks again!
Layers is the way to go. Your outer weather resistant jacket with a lightweight fleece or sweater would be plenty. If your quilted shell liner works as a stand alone, that would be fine.
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