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The Weather in Idaho Springs
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month in Idaho Springs with average maximum temperatures of 53°. No heat wave is expected in December, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 5° low. The rainiest month is May while the driest month is March.
Discover Idaho Springs from a luxurious vacation rental
Discover the “Gem of the Rockies” from a riverside cabin or mountaintop house. Learn about the Gold Rush and how the famous town of Idaho Springs, Colorado, was built.
Immerse yourself in the history of Idaho Springs
As the largest town in Clear Creek County, Idaho Springs has plenty of art, culture, and history to share with visitors. The Heritage Visitor Center and Museum is a great place to start, providing insight into the history of the town and how it was built.
Additionally, the Argo Gold Mine and Mill, as well as Phoenix Gold Mine, give visitors the chance to immerse themselves in the spirit of the Gold Rush. You may even get the chance to pan for gold yourself.
Enjoy the natural beauty of Idaho Springs with the kids
Cabin rentals in Idaho Springs provide plenty of exciting activities to keep the kids occupied. For the thrill-seekers out there, kayaking and white-water rafting are a great way to spend the day. Both Liquid Descent Rafting and Clear Creek Rafting Company offer a variety of packages.
For something a little more sedate and educational, then the Mount Evans Scenic Byway & Wilderness Park is exemplary of the beauty of the natural areas surrounding Idaho Springs.
Out and about in Idaho Springs
As Idaho Springs is the gateway to the Rockies, there's plenty to do in the area. Naturally, the wilderness will be a priority on any traveler’s itinerary. Hiking some of the many trails is a great way to explore the area.
Some of the most popular trails include Squaw Mountain Trail, Scott Landcaster Memorial Trail, and the Barbour Forks Trail. The mountain biking trails around Devil’s Canyon are excellent and provide spectacular views of the canyon.
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