Live the high life in Leadville -- literally! The city is the highest in the United States and used to be a silver mining town, now rich with outdoor activities. Visitors flock here to learn about the history of the city, as well as for hiking, fishing, and skiing.
When in Leadville, a trip to the National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum is a must-do! Here, visitors can step back in time to learn more about Leadville’s mining history. If you're keen to discover the historic mining district on foot or by bike, head on the Mineral Belt National Recreation Trail.
Elsewhere, the San Isabel National Forest is ideal for a hiking adventure, while the Turquoise Lake is great for boating and fishing. In the winter, snowboarding and skiing is popular at Ski Cooper.
For being outdoors, the best time to visit Leadville is during the summer months. For skiing, vacation in Leadville from December.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Leadville. The hottest month in Leadville is June, when temperatures peak at 81 ˚F. The coolest month is November, when temperatures drop to -18 ˚F. The wettest month in Leadville is November with 2.93 inches of rain, while the driest month is March with 0.43 inches of rain.
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