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The Weather near Palomar Mountain
Check out the climate diagram for Palomar Mountain. In the next 6 months, August will have higher average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 37° in January. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is June.
Experience nature at a Palomar Mountain vacation rental
Typical Palomar Mountain cabins rest in lush oak and pine forest, surrounded by fresh mountain air and bustling wildlife. Cabins have rustic wood exteriors that give way to modern and comfortable interiors.
Dining out around Palomar Mountain
Try out the Mount Palomar Winery in nearby Temecula, just north of the Palomar Mountain State Park. Take a tour of the winery, discovering the process of production before a sampling at the end. Stay for dinner to sample the ginger salmon and charcuterie at the restaurant.
For lunch stop in at Café Bloom, which serves up fresh sandwiches and salads with ingredients grown at Myrtle Creek Botanical Gardens & Nursery.
Taking the kids out for an adventure
Take the whole family on a day trip to La Jolla Zip Zoom Ziplines, a short half hour down the mountain, off Highway 76 in Pauma Valley. There you can choose your adventure, flying through the treetops between learning about the history of the reservation the adventure area is situated in.
Bring the kids along for a day of fun for a good cause at Nurtured By Nature. This nonprofit organization is located off Hwy 76, southwest of the mountain, down Cole Head Rd. Visit for the chance to swim with otters or feed, pet, and play with other exotic creatures such as sloths and kangaroos.
Excursions around Palomar Mountain
Hike numerous trails of all levels up the mountain in Palomar Mountain State Park. Take in the nature and the tall pine forests as you ascend. This area is a birdwatcher's paradise, home to the American kestrel and other rarely spotted species.
Explore the Palomar Observatory within the park, home to the famous Hale Telescope. Take a guided tour through the facility or check out the onsite museum, which celebrates astronomy as a science and explains the historic background of the observatory.
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