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The Weather in Leadville
Find the Leadville climate diagram. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 71°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 5° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is June.
Get lost in Leadville at a vacation rental on the gold rush trail
Leadville, Colorado, is loaded with historic and new cabin rentals full of western character, with views that are pure gold.
Work up a hunger before going to Tennessee Pass Café to make the most of their hearty, local, and inventive menu. Savor their farm-raised bison stew paired with deep brown ale from Boulder. The baked Colorado trout and cheese sampler make for another tasty twosome.
Treeline Kitchen has a range of dishes you’ll find around the treeline in this corner of the world. Warm up your palate with toasty Colorado corn bread, baked in an iron skillet and spiked with a hit of green chilis, or barbecued pork shoulder, sausage, and beans.
The perfect place for learning about the area’s famous mineral deposits is at the richly educational National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum. Hear stories of those who struck it rich, and see some of the treasured finds in person. Take home your own keepsakes from the gift shop.
An unexpected find in this little town is the Temple Israel Museum, which has a history going back as far as the gold rush times over 130 years ago. Jewish settlers came for the same reason and found success, building this temple adorned with stained glass and a spectacular, star-covered ceiling.
Fields and hills
From the 12-mile paved pathway of the Mineral Belt Trail, get a sampling of Colorado's dramatic landscapes and diverse natural beauty. Wander through willowy wildflowers while admiring dense pine forests and snow-covered mountain peaks for as far as you can see.
Take advantage of freshly fallen powder in winter months at Dutch Henri Tubing Hill, where free sledding and tubing is offered to those with their own equipment. Rentals are also available, so either way, you can race down their fluffy, snowy tracks like a pro.
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