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Sedona Weather
Seasonal Hiking Expectations


Waking up before sunrise to capture the first light high above Sedona's Red Rock Country. Hands down, the most beautiful places in the Arizona to hike with snow.
Winter (December/January/February): Days will be in the high to low 50’s (Fahrenheit) and drop to near freezing (or below) at night. Snow most often occurs at the end of December, through January, and into early February.  Sedona receives an average of 9 -10 inches of snow each year. Low visitor traffic during this time except for holidays. Many visitors from colder areas tend to visit during this time of the year to enjoy the mild winters of Sedona, seasonal waterfalls, and capture the beauty of snow upon the Red Rocks. Please refer to our Sedona Hiking Information page and explore “Winter Hikes” to learn more about the best places for a magical walk in the snow. During this time, you would need a dry suit to swim in the creek. Sedona has over 330 sunny days per year, which is more than Miami, FL!! There is usually light precipitation for only about 10-15% of the month and it snows 2-4 times each Winter. Some North facing trails and canyon hikes will be limited due to snow and ice.

Let our Sedona Hiking Guides introduce you to unique hiking experiences that will last a lifetime!!Spring (March/April/May): Days will be in the high 80’s (Fahrenheit) and will drop to the low 60’s at night. The mornings in March are beautiful and offer the best time to hike. During this time, the water in Oak Creek is clear and warm enough for most visitors to swim. Please refer to our Sedona Hiking Information page and explore "Creekside Hikes" to learn more about the best places explore the lushness of Sedona this time of year. High visitor traffic for “Spring Break” from March to April makes this one of the busiest times of the year to visit Sedona. Increasingly low probability of rain from late March into May. 

Sunset color is in Sedona is unlike anywhere else in the World. Let our Sedona Hiking Guides take you to the most unforgettable places in Red Rock Country to celebrate the sunset!!
Summer (May/June): Days will be in the mid to high 90's (Fahrenheit) and drop to the low 70's at night. High sun intensity in the middle of the day, and excessive dryness, makes Sedona actually feel like a desert during this time of the year. The water in Oak Creek will be comfortable for swimming, cliff jumping, and canyoning. Please refer to our Sedona Hiking Information page, and explore "Summertime Swimming Hikes" to discover your own secretly hidden oasis. There is almost a 0% chance of precipitation through May and June. The area has historically dealt with seasonal wildfires; both around and inside of Sedona's Wilderness Areas during the Summer. 
Take a walk with us on a private Sedona Hiking Tour and experience the sacredness of Red Rock Country.
Fall (September/October/November): Days will be in the high 80’s (Fahrenheit) and drop to the low 60’s at night during September and October. In November, temperatures will reach the 70’s and drop to the low 50’s. Medium visitor traffic through September and highest visitor traffic of the year during October. Many visitors choose to visit during this time to enjoy the seasonal color change that occurs along Oak Creek and Oak Creek Canyon. Please refer to our Sedona Hiking Information page and explore “Shaded/Fall Foliage Hikes” to learn more about the best places for a colorful self-guided adventure. During this time, the water is warmer than springtime, crystal clear after mid-September, and most visitors swim comfortably through the end of October. Low probability of rain after September 20th. 

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