Just as Czech Superstar Lucie Bila treks across the sandy desert barefoot in her video, the land surrounding Sedona, AZ, was also a desert at one time ..
The Schnebly Hill Formation is Sedona’s very own deposit and was formed in sand dunes that once fringed the shoreline of a shallow sea.
This sea today is known as the Pedregosa Sea (Pedregosa is Spanish for “stony” but the name comes from a limestone layer that was first described in the Pedregosa Mountains in southeast Arizona – the two deposits are time equivalent and thus related).
Sand was blown in from the north across the Grand Canyon area and came to rest near the shoreline.
Here, we see a telephoto view of "The Parthenon" taken from the Sugarloaf trail.
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