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The Weather in Alpine
Above are the weather conditions for Alpine. In June maximum temperatures go higher than 96°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 26°. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is February.
Immerse in nature with a trip to Alpine's rural vacation rentals
Alpine, Arizona, is a paradise for outdoor lovers. Visitors can experience a full four-season vacation, get up close with nature, and rejuvenate themselves in a comfortable Alpine AZ cabin rental.
Explore the rich local cuisine
For those gourmet lovers, worry not, since you will be able to try many delicious local dishes at affordable prices in Alpine. Alpine Grill is a cosy restaurant with cold beer and delicious grilled dishes. Or pay a visit to the casual Foxfire at Alpine which serves authentic pizzas and is famous for its homemade cheesecake.
Into the wild on horse-back
The whole family can participate in the famous horseback riding trip at Hannagan Meadow Lodge. Find your way through the pine forest, climb up the mountain trails, and enjoy a splendid view at the top. In fact, there are many hiking trails for outdoor lovers to fully take in the region. One other famous tour is the Escudilla Wilderness Trail or the MD Ranch.
If you don't have the chance to visit Switzerland, you will love the Swiss-like setting of this small community. Situated at 8,000 feet above sea level, the small community offers a refreshing cool temperature in the summer, snowfall in the winter, meadows of blossoming flowers in the spring, and beautiful autumn colors.
The San Francisco River winds its way through the area, offering visitors a wide range of activities, such as fishing, kayaking, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, hiking, or boating. You will discover multiple mountain lakes and trout streams on your way through the primitive wilderness that surrounds the river. For those who want to spend the night outside, there are many good camp grounds scattered throughout the area, especially those around the Blue River and the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest.
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