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Old 10-05-2012, 08:49 PM
 
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Anyone familiar with these two towns? What's the weather like in the summer and fall? Idyllwild has nice trees, forrest like. Mountain Center seems to have a lot less trees.

Any information would be helpful.
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Old 01-05-2020, 04:17 PM
 
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Anyone familiar with these two towns? What's the weather like in the summer and fall? Idyllwild has nice trees, forrest like. Mountain Center seems to have a lot less trees.

Any information would be helpful.
Mild in summer more like high 80 or low 60's, if you go near Thomas Mountain in Mountain center is is more Mountain and Pines like Idyllwild, closer to Palm Desert the part of Mountain Center called Pinyon Pines has less mountain feel, it is a mountain area with some desert landscape, also amazing views of the Desert below, that is less than a 20 min drives to the upscale shops and restaurants of El Paseo. Sinatra had his summer home in Mountain Center.
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Old 01-13-2020, 10:31 AM
 
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Thank you so much Forzalugano for the info on Pinyon Pines. I had just noticed this area on the map.

I have been looking for some desert terrain in California, not too far from some larger town with amenities (0 to 30 miles). I am liking that piles of rocks terrain on the downhill side of Pinyon Pines.

If it is 105 or 110 ave. degrees in the summer in the low desert, that would be too hot for me, so I have been looking at higher desert like Morongo Valley, Yucca Valley, Bishop. I am from northern CA and really don’t know southern CA. Thanks for any info on Pinyon Pines or other suggestions.
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