Most Instagrammable Spots in Sedona, AZ
Hey! I’m Savanna from Swift-n-Savvy travel. Sedona is so beautiful, the whole city is great for pics
📍Fay Canyon Trail
This trail is 2 miles round trip and is easy. Get to the end of trial and climb up the rocks for a spectacular view of the canyon and an amazing arch
Go right before sunset, park and walk along the easy trail, find a spot to sit and enjoy the views!See the Chapel of the Holy Cross from here too.
📍Devil’s Kitchen - Located on Soldier Pass Trail
Soldier Pass Trail is an amazing hike with so many highlights! This one is only 0.5 up the trail. Only 12 parking spots and open 8am-6pm.
📍Seven Sacred Pools - Also located on Soldier Pass Trail
Another great highlight of this trail. Go after a good rain for really beautiful pools that flow into each other!
📍Cave at the end of Soldier Pass Trail (4 miles up)
Beautiful cave at the end! Really have to rock climb to get into it (be careful)! After this flat rock it’s quite a climb to the top, but worth it!
📍Slide Rock State Park: $20 per car
Great place for families! Be sure to slide on the natural water slides (water is ice cold, but so much fun)! Bring a cooler and have a picnic here
Any restaurant with a view, there are many! This was taken at 📍The Vault make a reservation for views like this!
📍The Hudson was my favorite because of their food, drinks, and views. Go at lunch time to avoid the rush!
📍Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village: Open 10am-6pm
Artsy shops and restaurants with Spanish architecture. I wish I would have taken more pictures, it’s so beautiful here!
Any of the many Wineries in the area: This is 📍Tantrum in Cottonwood just outside of Sedona
Sedona is a part of the Mesa Verde Wine Trail which includes 25 wineries. One of my favorites in Sedona is 📍Art of Wine
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