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One of the natural features of the Sedona area is the red rock. There are restaurants, clubs, music venues, and even stores. They all revolve around the theme of red rock in Sedona. It’s a major draw for tourists and locals alike. The array of red rock formations are the main attraction of Sedona. The formations appear to glow in brilliant orange and red. But only when illuminated by the rising or setting sun. The red rocks form a popular backdrop for many activities. It ranging from spiritual pursuits. Also, hundreds of hiking and mountain biking trails. The red rocks of Sedona are formed by a unique layer of rock known as the Schnebly Hill Formation. The Schnebly Hill Formation is a thick layer of red to orange-colored sandstone found only in the Sedona vicinity.
Red rock is decorated with orange, pink, and gray hues. It’s deriving from the mountains of Sedona. Replace large water consumptive grass areas. Reduce maintenance in any yard. Reduces wear and tear in your lawn. As well as the need for herbicides and weed killers. Keeps the ground cooler in the mornings, reducing ground evaporation. The decorative landscape rock heats up during the day keeping the ground warmer through the night. Sedona’s main attraction is its array of red sandstone formations.
Sedona interior chaparral has many species of Quercus turbinella. Plus, Rhus ovata, and a large population of Quercus palmeri. Boynton Canyon is known for its picturesque canyon and diverse landscape. This moderate, 3.2-mile hike takes you through a distinct flora along towering buttes, crimson cliffs. Plus a natural desert gardens. One of the most iconic of the Red Rocks of Sedona. Bell Rock is a beautiful rock formation connecting Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek. Bell Rock Pathway is an easy to moderate 3.6 mile hike with phenomenal views of Bell Rock, Courthouse Butte, and other landmarks.