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The Weather in Gunnison
Above are the weather conditions for Gunnison. June is the warmest month of the year in Gunnison with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 78°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a -4° low. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is August.
Get away from it all with a Gunnison vacation home
Whether you prefer mountains and forests, historic Old West structures, or a quiet meal in a café, you'll find what you're looking for in Gunnison, Colorado. Cabin rentals with wood burning fireplaces are a popular choice for visitors to this lovely wilderness region.
Laid back dining
If you’re planning a day outdoors, stop by W Cafe for a warm and filling breakfast before you head out. The all-American menu features large portions of diner staples and a bottomless pot of coffee. If you’re visiting on the weekend, plan to wait for a table.
After a long day outdoors, you might prefer dinner in your cabin. Pie-Zan's delivers the best pizza in town, perfect for a relaxed evening at home. Healthy eaters will be pleased to find a selection of giant salads with house-made dressings.
For an extensive look into Colorado's past, head to Gunnison Pioneer Museum. The property includes restored historic buildings, railroad cars, and a vast collection of antiques. Plan a half day to see all of the exhibits.
Tin Cup, a preserved ghost town in the Colorado backcountry, is the perfect destination for a day off the beaten path. Guests are free to wander the town's abandoned streets and ponder life in the Old West.
Gunnison National Forest, a stunning, high-altitude destination, is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. Many sports are available in the park seasonally, including whitewater rafting, fishing, hiking, skiing, and snowboarding. Be sure to bring binoculars and a camera, as the park is a great place to spot local wildlife.
If you prefer a day on the water, head to Curecanti National Recreation Area. Boating, kayaking, paddle boarding, and fishing are among the park's top attractions.
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