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The Weather in West Jefferson
The above is a climate diagram for West Jefferson. July is the warmest month in West Jefferson with average maximum temperatures of 77°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 26° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Experience culture in the mountains at West Jefferson vacation homes
West Jefferson cabin rentals are sequestered in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The town boasts a unique atmosphere, with a bubbling craft beer scene and nationally recognized historical significance. Come and experience it for yourself.
Try these tempting treats
West Jefferson is the place to try the local specialty, Ashe County Cheese. Carolina's oldest cheese plant has been in business since 1930. Taste the quality for yourself – if you can save room, you can also enjoy county butter and homemade fudge.
Why not hole up in one of West Jefferson's craft breweries? At Boondocks Brewing Tap Room & Restaurant, you can enjoy live musical performances by local artists while sampling house brews. Not a beer fan? Come to Abingdon Vineyard & Winery and enjoy a glass as you look out on the peaceful scenery.
Culture in the mountains
With a proliferation of galleries, antique shops, and intriguing public art, West Jefferson's cultural scene is one of its main draws. Throughout the summer, concerts, gallery crawls, and farmers' markets bring additional buzz to this normally serene spot. Don't leave without admiring the frescoes at St. Mary's Church.
Mountains and more
Mount Jefferson looks over the town protectively, posing a challenge to hiking fans with its range of five picturesque walking trails. Soaring to 1,600 feet above its surroundings, the mountain has a rich history. Choose from child-friendly trails or more challenging ascents, and enjoy panoramas stretching to other states from the picnic areas positioned strategically across this venerable giant.
Alternatively, how about a round of golf at Mountain Aire Golf Club? This 18-hole course offers some of the most impressive views in the region. Whether you're looking for an engaging round of golf or visiting for the views, you won't be disappointed.
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