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    Sedona Arabelle Miller Schnebly (1877-1950), wife of the city's first postmaster.
    Hiking: Schnebly Hill, Soldier's Pass, Dry Creek, Cathedral Rock
    Red Rocks
    of
    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 Hill
    Formation, a thick layer of sandstone found only in the vicinity and deposited during the Permian Period (300 million years ago).
    /images/133/2010-07-12-sedona-morning-16269.jpg - 08326: Morning in Sedona … July 2010 -- Schnebly Hill, Sedona, Arizona
    1. Schnebly Hill Road
    /images/133/2011-03-13-sedona-waterholes-57422.jpg - 09171: Cathedral Rock in Sedona … March 2011 -- Cathedral Rock, Sedona, Arizona
    2. Cathedral Rock
    /images/133/2011-04-10-sedona-coffeepot-66329.jpg - 09237: Morning snow view of Thunder Mountain (Capital Butte) in Sedona … April 2011 -- Thunder Mountain, Sedona, Arizona
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    (Capital Butte)
    /images/133/2001-08-sedona-long-can2.jpg - 00898: Agave Plant in Long Canyon … August 2001 -- Sedona, Arizona
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