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Paso Robles is a city in San Luis Obispo County, located on the Salinas River, north of the city of San Luis Obispo. Paso Robles is known for its hot springs, abundance of wineries, production of olive oil, almond orchards, and for playing host to the California Mid-State Fair. The area consists of gently rolling hills on the east, and foothill peaks on the west, blanketed by mainly dry grassland and oak woodland. It is roughly 24 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean. The area consist of two different climate types. One being a semi-arid dry climate, and also the more typical central coast Mediterranean tpe cilmate. The area receives a mix of these climates, but primarily is defined by long, hot dry summers and brief, cool, sometimes rainy winters. Mild autums and occasional early springs which lends itself to a suitable climate for growing crops. There is some occassional fog, due to its proximity to the ocean, but burns off quickly in the mornings.
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