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The Weather in Saugerties
The above is a climate diagram for Saugerties. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. February is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 17°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
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Set upon the Hudson River with the Catskill Mountains just behind, Saugerties has previously been named one of America’s coolest small towns. Come for the antique shops, local cafes, parks and scenic biking trails. Just two hours from New York City, you could use Saugerties as a relaxing base for trips further afield.
Saugerties' culinary trail
A deep-rooted agricultural tradition manifests itself on the town's restaurant menus. Take your pick from upscale gourmet eateries to no-frills diners for satisfying meals. Miss Lucy’s Kitchen is highly-recommended for its house-smoked pastrami sandwiches and eggs Benedict.
Owned by the same family for three generations, Krause’s Chocolates sells excellent peanut butter cream, and almond bark among other delights. For vegan chocolates made with organic Fair Trade ingredients, try Lucky Chocolates.
After a long day, head to one of the town's local pubs. Chat to friendly locals over an Angus Beef Burger and craft beer.
Art in Saugerties
Saugerties' First Fridays are a great time to take advantage of galleries and cafes that stay open till late. Shop for fiber arts made by local artisans at the Modern Dream store, and then read up on Hudson Valley art at Inquiring Minds Bookstore.
Not to be missed is the six-acre Opus 40 visionary sculpture park, fitted with swirling terraces, fountains, ramps and pieces of brilliant bluestone. Fans of the Tonight Show ought to check out the Jimmy Fallon Experience where you can trace his journey from boyhood to national chat show host.
Explore Saugerties' surroundings on the relatively easy Historic Village Bike Route, well-marked with green-on-white signage. You could also hike through tidal wetlands to the historic Saugerties Lighthouse – make sure to avoid the high tide. Water babies can rent a kayak at the Saugerties Marina and sail along the romantic Hudson.
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