|Average temperature: ||April: low 28, high 56|
May: low 37, high 66
June: low 46, high 77
Perfect weather to sit around a campfire at night roasting marshmallows! Watch as the mountains are coming back to life! Abundant wildflowers are springing up everywhere!
The months of April and May can still be chilly weather at the Abajo Haven Guest Ranch, but the month of June is absolutely perfect. As some desert areas are already starting to reach 100 degree temperatures, the temperature here is just right. This is a great time of year to see BABY FAWNS and BABY TURKEYS as they are starting to be seen at the Abajo Haven Guest Ranch!
|Average temperature: ||July: low 52, high 83|
August: low 47, high 80
A lot of wildlife is still being seen around the ranch. July is the best month to see baby fawns and baby turkeys around the ranch. Visit the many reservoirs around Blanding (Dry Wash Reservoir is pictured below right - 6 miles from ranch). Some are stocked with trout and bass. Continue your drive over the Abajo Mountains (pictured below left). This is the time of year to sit in the hammock under a shade tree, and then enjoy a campfire at night just outside of your cabin.
|Average temperature: || September: low 43, high 72|
October: low 32, high 59
COLORS! COLORS! COLORS!
Do you like to take beautiful scenery photos? This is the time of year for you to visit Abajo Haven. This is a great time of the year to see spectacular scenery. Listen to the bull elk bugle and walk or drive through the gold, red, and rust color of aspen, maple and oak. You will never forget the sites and sounds of Autumn in the canyons and mountains of San Juan County.
|Average temperature: ||December: low 13, high 35|
January: low 10, high 33
Stay in one of our warm, insulated cabins! Portable heaters are provided in each cabin. An outdoor campfire will warm you as you enjoy the snow falling. See the diversity that only this country provides. Snowshoe or cross-country ski the Abajo Mountain. Travel a few miles South of Abajo Haven and hike the desert canyon country. Winter also offers great opportunities to view the elk and wild turkeys that are coming off the mountain to the ranch.
This is a good time of year to explore areas south of us such as; Grand Gulch (a large Ancient Native American population lived in the Grand Gulch area), Monument Valley, Natural Bridges State Park, or Hovenweep National Monument.