Coffeepot Rock - Different Faces - Different Times in Sedona Arizona
As Coffeepot Rock is viewed from many different angles, it will take on a different look. It may appear to be a different rock. It got its name from the coffee pot that cowboys used on the range.
There are several examples below.
Can you see the different faces?
Coffeepot Rock ~ Monsoon - Magic Time At the Coffeepot Cottages
Coffeepot Rock in 1962 by my husband's uncle who was visiting from Chicago. It is prior to sub-division development (Sedona 1-2) in this area. Most of the roads were dirt.
This is an old movie set (see picture below) from "Johnny Guitar" (1954) starring Joan Crawford and Sterling Hayden.
We have the original photo (above) and have scanned it and improved the color quality through photo apps.
By accident, I found the picture above on the internet being offered for sale as a postcard! Imagine my surprise!
(above) Photo courtesy of Taos Unlimited
(above) This is the area where the film "Johnny Guitar" was filmed - The subdivision is Sedona West 1-2
Coffeepot Rock is known as 'Standing Eagle' in the Native American community
This was taken during Summer Monsoon
This picture is taken about 300 ft up the street from the image below in the Cottages of Coffeepot
A rainbow from mist moving behind Coffeepot Rock - rain clouds are out of view on the left
On the trail below Coffeepot Rock
This picture is right below Coffeepot on a trail halfway up the rock
This image of Coffeepot Rock is from Soldiers Pass Rd
Right outside the gates of the Cottages of Coffeepot
This angle is where the iconic rock looks most like the native American depiction of "Standing Eagle"
On the other side of the gates to the Cottages At Coffeepot
This is where the "face" of the eagle shines through. At one angle, the rocks behind it appear to be the wings starting to spread.
Aerial View of the lower portion of Coffeepot and a small look at the luxury townhomes of the Cottages At Coffeepot.
The back of my business card was shot from the Soldiers Pass Trail at the Seven Pools
The only way to see this angle of the rock is to hike or use a 4-wheel drive vehicle through Soldiers Pass Trail
A Unique Gated Community Borders Forest Next to Coffeepot Rock
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See the picture taken approximately 250 feet up the side of Coffeepot Rock looking down to Soldiers Pass