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elev: 4,000 ft
Sedona Arabelle Miller Schnebly (1877-1950), wife of the city's first postmaster.
Hiking: Schnebly Hill, Soldier's Pass, Dry Creek, Cathedral Rock
Sedona, the stunning array of red sandstone formations, glow orange and red during sunrise and sunset. The famous red rocks are formed by a layer of rock known as the
Schnebly HillFormation, a thick layer of sandstone found only in the vicinity and deposited during the Permian Period (300 million years ago).