Stay Warm in Winter

In the Arizona high desert, it can be sunny and 70 degrees at noon, and by 9pm it can snow. Those on day-long hikes, stripped down to T-shirts at 2 in the afternoon, they may not be prepared for such drastic temperature changes in such a short period of time. Backpacks need to carry layers to have the best chance to stay warm in winter in places like Sedona, Flagstaff, and Kingman after the sun goes down.

Hats and gloves help stay warm on high-desert winter UFO Tours
Hats and gloves help stay warm on high-desert winter UFO Tours

Hats and gloves are recommended for doing anything out in the open high desert after dark in the winter. Because of that, Arizona UFO Tours provides their Tour Guides with these warm, very green coverings in limited quantities. These synthetic-blend items stretch and fit kids to medium-sized adults.

Are YOU ready for winter night tours? The skies in central and northern Arizona are magnificent year around, but the winters are especially clear for night vision UFO watching. We hope to see YOU on an Arizona UFO Tour soon!