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The Weather in Brightwood
Find the Brightwood climate diagram. On average, the warmest month is August. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Brightwood, with temperatures going under 33° The rainiest month is December while the driest month is July.
Discover serenity with a Brightwood vacation rental
The Sandy River snakes through the town of Brightwood, Oregon, which is otherwise dominated by dense forest. A vacation home here offers you serenity just twenty miles from Portland. Horseback ride past waterfalls, fish in peace, and enjoy family hikes through stunning scenery.
Local watering holes
The Brightwood Tavern is a local institution and the place to be to get the best tips about where to fish and hike. Well priced drinks are served with delicious American-Mexican food, including burgers and shrimp ceviche.
Rendezvous Grill has some of the best evening meals on the mountain, with many American and Italian classics. Meanwhile, Dragonfly Cafe & Bakery is great for breakfast out, should you fancy an early morning coffee before starting your hike.
Outdoor adventures with the family
The Wildwood Recreation Site looks like something straight out of a Disney movie. Kids will have the opportunity to learn more about nature here, and there are trails and easy hikes that the whole family can enjoy through idyllic scenery. Bring a packed lunch and enjoy whiling away the hours in this temperate paradise.
The nine-hole golf course at the Resort at the Mountain is relatively easy, making it ideal for beginners learning the basics of the sport. With views of the mountains, the sparkling creek, and silent deer scurrying through the woods, this is a memorable place to play a round.
Hiking on Mount Hood
Mount Hood National Forest stretches for over four thousand kilometers around a volcano, Mount Hood. You'll find rivers and streams running through mountainous forest, which remains a leafy haven of trails and tranquility. Mountain bikes are not allowed, but you can ride on horseback through the forest in search of natural wonders such as the Ramona Falls. Alternatively, you can follow the less challenging Salmon River Trail. You'll be amazed by the cleanliness of this unspoiled woodland.
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