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The Weather in North Cascades National Park
Check out the climate diagram for North Cascades National Park. August is the warmest month in North Cascades National Park with average maximum temperatures of 77°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in North Cascades National Park, with temperatures going under 32° The rainiest month is August while the driest month is January.
Wilderness adventures with North Cascades National Park vacation homes
Located close to Seattle and the Canadian border, North Cascades National Park is a dense wilderness that seems a world away from civilization. Book a remote cabin, with modern facilities, to answer the call of the wild.
Cascade Burgers radiates charm with its retro, aqua-colored chairs and interior. Once you sink your teeth into the Cascade Burger or Stampede Chicken Burger, you'll be begging to come back.
Nineteen fifties nostalgia is in style around here, and the Marblemount Diner also brings this to the table. Fish and seafood star on the menu with breaded oysters, house-made smoked salmon spread, and the Oregon shrimp basket being highlights. For dessert, try their shakes and malts, which are almost too pretty to eat.
Water and wildlife
The Ross Lake Recreation Area extends gracefully for miles, flanked by majestic mountain peaks. Head here to enjoy a family canoe or kayak trip on the lake's mesmerizingly blue water.
Children can learn all about America's iconic bird of prey at the Skagit River Bald Eagle Interpretive Center in Rockport. Take the guided nature hike to spot the mighty birds, which can also be viewed across the Skagit River at the Bald Eagle Natural Area.
Hike and bike
Don your walking boots, or jump on the saddle and start exploring. Passing along the Thunder Arm of Diablo Lake, and Thunder Creek, the Thunder Creek Trail is challenging but rewarding. Thick, mossy woods open up onto tranquil waterways, while grizzlies, gray wolves, and mountain birds may be spotted along the way.
Continue your expedition onto the west of the park. During winter, Mount Baker is a great skiing spot, with runs for all levels and first-rate facilities. During summer, Baker Lake is popular for fishing, while Mount Shuksan is an exhilarating climb for first-timers or vetrans alike - International Mountain Guides offer exciting, expert-led four day climbs to its snowy summit.
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