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The Weather in Rhododendron
This is the climate diagram in Rhododendron. On average, the warmest month is August. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 33° low. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is July.
Rhododendron, Oregon vacation homes provide mountain adventure
Oregon is home to many types of adventures. Book a vacation home in Rhododendron, Oregon and be perfectly situated between the heights of Mt. Hood and state capital Portland. Although it will be hard to leave your cozy woodland cabin, you will find adventures in great food, history, and a natural paradise right on your doorstep.
Rhododendron's varied eats
You need fuel to get up and down those mountain trails, and the fare at Still Creek Inn is just what you'll be looking for. This restaurant serves up local in-season ingredients for eco-conscious customers. The restaurant is listed as bike friendly so you can grab some breakfast and pump up the tires before heading out.
A not-to-be-missed experience is The Mount Hood Roaster Coffee Company Tour. The coffee shop is located on an important cut off place in the pioneers' route west. Information about local history and coffee brewing are shared on tours of the facility. Learn everything you need to know about coffee and get some hands-on experience in roasting too.
Biking with kids in Rhododendron
The Mt. Hood area has many biking trails for all levels. One popular route is the Timberline to Rhododendron bike trail. You and your family can take a shuttle up to Timberline Lodge and then ride down the trail to the city. There are stops all along the path to rest and grab a bite.
Guided adventures around Mt. Hood
Rhododendron is home to a number of tour guide companies that can help you explore this timeless wilderness. Tour guides help you find the perfect route for hiking, a great fishing spot, or can tell you a little more about the local flora, fauna, and wildlife.
Check out Hawkeyes Guide Service to find the best spot to flyfish for steelhead and trout. For rafting, hiking, and camping why not check out On The Edge Adventures for an exuberant day out.
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