Get Lost in Beautiful Landscapes and Crisp Blue Skies
Once named the most beautiful place in America by USA Weekend Magazine, Sedona has a moderate four-season climate that can be enjoyed year-round. With more than 300 days a year of sunshine, the region offers ample opportunity for discovering outdoor pleasures and basking in the rare natural beauty of the grand Coconino National Forest. Rising red rock formations punctuated by pinon and juniper trees combine for miles of spectacular canyons, cliffs and caverns, etched into the land by millions of years of weather and erosion. Tucked away in the heart of all this scenic drama is Seven Canyons—a destination like no other.
Sedona in the springtime is delightfully warm with low humidity. Average high temperatures are in the 70s, and low temperatures remain in the 40s, occasionally dipping into the high 30s at night.
At an elevation of 4,600 feet, summertime in Sedona is bright and beautiful with plenty of sunshine to go around. Temperatures range from the high 80s to low 90s during the day, and average lows in the 60s at night.
Picture brilliant red rocks against crisp blue sky and you have Sedona in the fall. Highs range from the upper 80s in September to the high 60s in November, with average lows in the 40s to 50s.
The area’s winter months are mild and slightly wetter with minor picturesque snowfall. Daytime high temperatures reach the upper 50s and low temperatures are typically in the 30s.