There is a reason why Sedona boasts over 300 miles of hiking trails. Not only is the city situated in a beautiful landscape, but the weather allows for outdoor adventures year-round. At an elevation of about 4,500 feet (1,372m) above sea level, Sedona enjoys four seasons each year. Typical temperatures are 10-15F cooler than the Phoenix area, so bring layers of clothing in Fall, Winter, and Spring. High temperatures in Summer can exceed 100F, and Winter lows can drop below 32F.
Pink Jeep Tours’ fleet of customized open-air Jeep Wranglers are perfectly designed to keep you comfortable during your tour adventure. Our knowledgeable tour guides will provide water when it’s hot and complimentary rain ponchos when showers soak the trails. If you ride with us from Sedona to the Grand Canyon, our luxurious vehicles will keep you comfortable no matter what conditions you encounter.
If you are planning a visit to the Southwest at any time of year, let Pink Jeep Tours take you on an unforgettable adventure in Sedona, the Grand Canyon, and Las Vegas.
The elevation in the Grand Canyon area ranges from about 2000 feet (760m) at the bottom of the canyon to over 8000 feet (2440m) on the rim, and a variety of weather conditions are possible. Your best bet is to bring layers of clothing.
Pink Jeep Tours Grand Canyon custom Jeep Wranglers are equipped with a transparent enclosure that can be used to control the temperature inside the vehicle without blocking your view of the canyon. When the weather is comfortable the enclosure can be unzipped to allow for an open air experience.
Las Vegas weather will beckon you to go play outside. With more than 300 days of sunshine every year, the odds that the weather in Las Vegas will be great are in your favor. At 2000 feet elevation, Las Vegas’ weather makes this a great place to visit all year round. The winter season can be cold in the mornings and evenings, and layered clothing is recommended. Be sure to wear warmer clothes if you are traveling to the Grand Canyon where temperatures can be 15 to 20 degrees cooler than Las Vegas.
Pink Jeep Tours’ fleet of customized luxurious Tour Trekker vehicles will keep you comfortable no matter what conditions you encounter. Our knowledgeable tour guides will provide water when it’s hot and complimentary rain ponchos when showers soak the trails.
The Great Smoky Mountains have warm, humid summers and cold winters. Since the elevation changes almost 6,000 feet from the lowlands to the peaks, Smoky Mountains weather temperatures can vary 10–20 degrees.
Average highs are in the 70s. Winter days average 40 degrees but can drop below freezing, spring and fall are pleasant. Rainfall averages 55 inches in the valleys to 85 inches on some peaks.
The Ozark Mountains boast some of the best year-round climate in the United States. Branson’s weather is mostly mild with few extremes. On average, the city enjoys 209 days of sunshine. Annual rainfall is about 45 inches.
If you visit Branson during the spring, expect temperatures to hover in the low-to-mid 40s in the mornings and warm up to t-shirt weather by late afternoon. The summer brings the heat with highs in the low 90s. Luckily, you can cool off at the water parks or one of Branson’s many lakes.
One of the best times to visit Branson is the fall season. Autumn colors burst forth from mid-September through October. The crisp fall temps hover in the low 40s at night and the low 70s during the day.
During the winter, chilly temperatures dip down into the 20s, with highs around the 40s. Branson’s average annual snowfall is just over 8 inches, but it rarely snows more than a few inches at a time—just enough to make snow angels or a snowman.