Beat the Heat

Escape to the Rocky Mountains this Summer.

An Idyllic Summer In the Rocky Mountains

As the scorching summer sun approaches, many of us yearn for relief from the relentless heat. Luckily, nestled amidst majestic peaks and lush greenery, lie serene mountain towns offering a blissful escape from the urban inferno. Let's explore the average summer temperatures in our key feeder markets and compare them with the refreshing climates of Telluride, Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, and Park City.

Comparing Summer Temperatures In Top Locations

When planning your summer escape, it's crucial to pinpoint the hottest days in your current city and your dream destination. Let's zoom in on those scorching summer peaks and compare them to the cool haven of mountain retreats.

Dallas, Houston, and Austin: In the blazing urban landscapes of Texas, temperatures skyrocket, often exceeding a blistering 95°F (34°C) on a regular basis. Its Not even summer yet and electric plants in Texas are already anticipating power outages as we begin to dive into the hotter months of the year. Learn More

Atlanta and New York: Cities like Atlanta and New York endure sweltering, humid summers, with temperatures reaching 93°F and a relative humidity of 97%. A retreat to the refreshing mountain air offers a much-needed escape from the stifling conditions prevalent in these bustling metropolises.

Los Angeles and Phoenix: While Los Angeles enjoys mild coastal weather, nearby Phoenix bakes under the relentless desert sun, often surpassing a scorching 100°F (38°C). Residents of both cities can revel in the cooler climes and picturesque vistas of mountain towns during the summer heatwaves.

Chicago: Chicagoans brave humid summers with temperatures averaging around 75°F to 80°F (24°C to 27°C). For those seeking respite from the oppressive heat, tranquil mountain getaways provide the ultimate retreat.

Hot Days in Top US Cities

Statistical Insights

Summer in The Rocky Mountains

Let's dive into some statistical data to understand the weather trends and average temperatures during the summer months in our mountain towns.

Telluride: With average summer temperatures ranging from 70°F to 80°F (21°C to 27°C), Telluride provides a refreshing escape from the summer heat. Learn More

Vail and Beaver Creek: These picturesque towns boast average summer temperatures between 65°F and 75°F (18°C to 24°C), ideal for outdoor adventures and relaxation. Learn More

Breckenridge: With summer temperatures averaging between 60°F and 70°F (16°C to 21°C), Breckenridge offers a cool mountain oasis for outdoor enthusiasts. Learn More

Park City: Enjoy mild summer weather with temperatures ranging from 70°F to 80°F (21°C to 27°C) in this charming mountain town. Learn More

Best Time to Beat the Heat

For those seeking to escape the sweltering urban heat in July and August, timing is crucial. Planning your getaway early ensures you'll experience the most pleasant weather in our mountain towns during the hottest times at home.

Early Summer: Beat the crowds and enjoy comfortable temperatures by visiting in early summer, typically from end of May to mid-July.

Late Summer: Take advantage of fall colors and fewer travelers by planning your trip for late summer, from the end of August through September, while still enjoying mild weather conditions.

Escape to Rocky Mountain Paradise

Escape the oppressive summer heat of the city and embark on a rejuvenating journey to our enchanting mountain towns. Whether you're seeking adventure or relaxation, the cool temperatures and breathtaking landscapes await. Plan your getaway today and experience the ultimate summer retreat in the heart of nature's embrace.