The Sedona area is famous for being one of the most scenic spots anywhere. It's red rock canyons and towering red rock spires are famous worldwide. The sun shines an average of over 300 days a year. Yearly rainfall averages 17 inches. Sedona's elevation is 4500 feet, so its year round temperatures are quite comfortable. A lot of variety is thrown in, as July and August temperatures are often over 100 degrees. Winter usually provides the area with three or four heavy snowfalls.
It can be said that Sedona's climate for eight months of the year is nearly perfect with warm, clear days and cool breezes. Nearby is Oak Creek Canyon with spring fed Oak Creek flowing its 16 mile length. At the top of Oak Creek Canyon lies the Mogollon Rim at 6200 feet and part of the largest ponderosa pine forest in the world.
Sedona has a large theater and art colony with over 400 professional artists living in the area. There are nearly forty art galleries in the Sedona area. Over fifty full-length motion picture films have been shot in or near Sedona since 1947. The area is steeped in Native American lore with Hopi, Navajo, Apache and Yavapai reservations within a short drive from Sedona. Within one day's drive north, south, east or west of Sedona is the world's richest variance of natural wonders. The states of New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, California and the nation of Mexico are in that one-day circle.
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