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The Weather in Rico
Above are the weather conditions for Rico. In the next 6 months, June will have higher average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 17° in January. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is June.
Enjoy your Rico vacation at a mountain cabin or vacation home
Rico, Colorado, is a haven for laid-back vacations in the lap of nature. Whether you're looking for outdoor recreation or quiet moments surrounded by scenic beauty, this mountain destination has it all. Vacation rentals such as secluded mountain lodges or cabins can be your own private sanctuary. Enjoy the serenity of the alpine landscape and the allure of the stars against the velvety night sky.
Eat to your heart’s content
Despite being more of a peaceful hamlet than a fast-paced city, Rico offers a repertoire of good eateries. For the best selection of organic coffee and homemade muffins, head to hipster hangout Tamosan & Co. For delicious pizza and burgers, check out Enterprise Bar & Grill – a hidden gem.
Activities with children
Vacations in Rico make for wholesome family holidays, owing to the area's various outdoor recreational opportunities. The Dolores River and its tributaries are great for a round of fishing, and the river banks are ideal for picnicking and grilling the fish you've caught. For hiking amid scenic beauty, head to the Lizard Head Wilderness, or take your children on an archaeological exploration by visiting the ancient cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde National Park. Spend the night camping in the scenic grounds of the park and appreciate the panoramic views of the canyon as the sun begins to set, casting a magical glow all around.
Explore the town’s history
The historic town of Rico boasts a collection of heritage buildings from the mining boom of the 1880s, such as Rico Town Hall. The Telluride Historical Museum provides an interesting insight into the history of the Ute Native Americans who used to inhabit the area, as well as the first gold miners.
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