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The Weather in Winthrop
This is the climate diagram in Winthrop. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 21° in Winthrop in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Outdoor adventure in the Old West with a Winthrop vacation rental
Choose from rustic cabin rentals to find your perfect base for experiencing the stunning nature and Old West spirit of Winthrop.
Old West homesteads
Discover Winthrop's history at the Shafer Historical Museum, set in a log cabin built around 1900. The colonial history of the area and the mining, ranching, and farming that followed are showcased in a charming setting.
Learn about the heroic tradition of smokejumpers at the North Cascade Smokejumper Base. Smokejumpers are firefighters who fly to remote forest fires and parachute down to respond immediately. Take a tour and have the opportunity to talk to smokejumpers in person.
Set among the Old West style buildings in Downtown Winthrop, Spring Creek Bridge is a suspension bridge that was designed to allow spawning salmon to pass freely. Kids and adults alike will enjoy seeing the fish swimming along the Methow River while looking out for eagles in the surrounding trees.
Over at the nearby National Fish Hatchery, you'll learn about local conservation efforts for fish like salmon, trout, and Pacific lamprey as you watch them swim by in the viewing area. Aside from fish, there are also beaver ponds that usually have a few cute beavers swimming around.
Fun on skis, wheels, and in the water
With a well-maintained network of trails for skiers of all levels, Methow Trails is a world-class skiing destination. There are also fat bikes available to rent, making for a fun and unique experience in the snow.
Sitting at the heart of Pearrygin Lake State Park, Pearrygin Lake is a tranquil setting for swimming, sunbathing, and rejuvenating strolls. Adventure seekers can take to the lake on water skis, while the park also offers 6.5 miles of scenic hiking trails, an array of wildlife, and cross-country skiing in winter.
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