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The Weather in Catskill
The above is a climate diagram for Catskill. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 80°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Catskill, with temperatures going under 15° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Experience the rural beauty of the Catskill Region with vacation homes
Whether your passion is craft brews, festivals, farm-to-table, or outdoor exploration, the Catskills has it all. Sprinkled throughout the region vacation homes allow travelers to experience the best this mountainous area while living like a local. Most homes are large enough to accommodate families or groups of travelers, and are situated within miles of nearby haunts. To choose a vacation property, simply choose your adventure.
Agritourism in the Catskills
Inline with the modern farming movement, craft breweries are rapidly expanding in the region. Traveler's can experience local culture in one of the many breweries, wineries, or distilleries throughout the area, or experiment with new tastes at many of the farm-to-table restaurants. Among the unique tastes are Honey Rye Whiskey, Peace Vodka, and other artisan spirits. To top off the agritourism experience, choose a perfect cheese pairing from one of the many nearby farms.
For families, the Catskills' rural landscape and farming history is great for children. On farm tours children can learn to pick eggs, milk cows, or play with baby animals, gaining knowledge and appreciation for farming.
Taste for adventure
If hiking isn't quite your speed, other adventures also await. The Beaver and Delaware rivers offer whitewater rapids for all experience levels, and the nearby falls allow for seasonal rock or ice climbing. True thrill-seekers can try out zip-lining and ultrarunning.
The Catskills are also home to many bike events, like the USAC Bike Championship, and the Plattekill Mountain Bike Park has many trails for novice and experienced mountain bikers.
Known for its stunning landscape, outdoor enthusiasts gravitate toward the Catskills for the lush forests, cascading waterfalls, and unsullied farmland. Spectacular, scenic hikes range from family-friendly to a challenging 3500' peak, stretching through miles of camp ground, state parks, and the "Forever Wild" Catskill Forest Preserve.
Once off the trail, other outdoor recreational activities, such as horseback riding and cross-country skiing is available year-round.
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