No humblebrags here — the stunning Sonoran Desert provides for some outright boast-worthy photo ops. Here’s what we’re filling our feed with every time we head to Scottsdale
Photos courtesy of Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau
Frank Lloyd Wright’s former winter home, Taliesin West, is now one of the most iconic examples of the midcentury master’s work. Take a tour — and lots of photos.
Sunsets in the Sonoran Desert might just be the best in the world. #nofilterneeded
Stay at a stylish midcentury hotel, like the Hotel Valley Ho, and even the entryway is worth a snap.
The hike is hard, but the views are worth it. Provide proof that you conquered Camelback Mountain with a picture from the top.
Get schooled on succulents at the Desert Botanical Garden.
When a cocktail is served in a teacup, it must be ‘grammed. Head to Counter Intuitive, a speakeasy-style cocktail bar, for some pinkies-up imbibing.
Zoom in on a blooming prickly pear to capture its stunning detail.
One word: tacos. Specifically, pork pibil tacos from The Upton. Don’t take a bite until you’ve taken a photo.
Venture out of Scottsdale’s center to the Arizona Cowboy College to catch a pro at work — and possible learn a thing or two.
The desert’s natural beauty shines bright in the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.