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The Weather in Welches
This is the climate diagram in Welches. During August, maximum temperatures go up to more than 82° January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 33°. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is July.
A Welches, Oregon vacation home, in the shadow of spectacular Mt. Hood
Located on the banks of the Salmon River and in the shadow of the mighty Mt. Hood, Welches is more than just a pit stop along the highway. Your mountainside retreat or riverfront property vacation rental is the key to discovering the tranquility of the local wetlands and the mouth-watering taste of a juicy Coho salmon.
Local seafood and home-made specialities
The Rendezvous Grill serves fresh local dishes with grass-fed beef, Coho salmon, and Willapa Bay oysters. Mallards Café & Pub dishes up classic American cuisine – think blackened salmon and prime rib – with a view over the golf course.
You’ll find the best breakfast in town at the Dragonfly Café & Bakery; don’t miss their home-made oat bread. If you need a healthy bite to eat before a hike, Wraptitude serves a variety of sandwiches at a reasonable price.
From salmon to skiing: never a dull day in Welches
Activities at Welches include golfing, fishing, and hot air balloon rides. At the Wildwood Recreation Site, you can observe Coho salmon from the underwater viewing chamber or go for a hike in the natural wetlands at the Cascade Streamwatch Trail.
Just a half hour from Welches are Mt. Hood Meadows, Mt. Hood Skibowl, and several other ski areas. Under the lofty peak of Mt. Hood itself, these resorts offer winter sports activities as well as mountain biking and children’s activities in the summer.
Celebrating summer in style
If you’re there at the right time, don’t hesitate to check out the local events. The annual Mt. Hood Festival of the Forest takes place in September at Wildwood Park and features live music, food vendors, and a beer garden.
Mt. Hood honors its origins and pays tribute to local Native American culture with the Mount Hood Huckleberry Festival & Barlow Trail Days every August. Festivities range from a Watermelon Launch to a Native American Salmon Bake, and more.
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