Located on the front range of Colorado, Aurora’s moderate temperature reflects all four seasons.
With lots of sunshine, clear Rocky Mountain views, and wide-open spaces, the city is known for its lack of humidity and more than 300 days of sunshine. Always bring a light jacket wherever you go, the evenings and early mornings can reflect cooler temperatures. Visitors should consider the higher altitudes of Colorado creates a dry and arid climate. Hydrate more, especially while hiking or biking to prevent dehydration. Also, use sun protection generously. Discover the average temperature and precipitation charts for Aurora, Colorado.
With a little preparation, a spirit of adventure, a soft spot for nature and a safety-savvy traveler’s mindset, you’ll be on the trail in no time. Learn more about what to pack for Colorado's changing seasons and more with the State of Colorado's Responsible Traveler's Guide.