Top Five Things to do when it Rains, Snow in Arizona
Sedona weather is usually pleasant to the point where you can expect sunshine almost 278 days. On average, Arizona receives less than 18 inches of rain a year; and enough snowflakes that make you appreciate the scenery. Although it's not likely your vacation would be spoiled by rain or snow, but just in case, here’s a list of five things to do on a rainy/snowy day in Arizona.
1. Pink Jeep Tours
Pink Jeep Tours operate rain or shine. The rain in Sedona is generally short-lived and may even offer the chance for you to see rainbows or waterfalls over our famous rock formations. Rain ponchos are provided to you in case of inclement weather.
2. Verde Canyon Railroad
Rain or snow will not stop Arizona’s longest-running nature show from going on. In fact, the rain/snow may enhance your experience and you may come across beautiful scenery, like the one in the picture above.
3. Red Rock Trolley
Red Rock Magic Trolley is a classic tour that is inexpensive and a fun way to see a whole lot of Sedona. The trolley tours allow you to hop-on, hop-off along the trolley route, and taking in the area’s shopping, dining and photography opportunities at your own pace.
4. Blazin M Ranch
When you think of Sedona and Arizona, it’s hard not to remember the American Frontier and the Old West. You’ll feel like you were transported to the Old West with this authentic indoor chuckwagon dinner and entertainment experience.
5. Horsin’ Around
Snow days are perfect days to horse around with Horsin’ Around Adventures. Less than 10 miles from Sedona, Arizona, the trail rides through Oak Creek Canyon are certain to leave a memory lasting impression.
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