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Twin falls

Massive thundering waterfalls, deep river canyons, and beautifully walkable downtown — welcome to Twin Falls, Idaho! Twin Falls is a city that was meant for outdoor lovers!

Shoshone Falls is a a mind-blowing 212-feet tall, and it's known as the Niagara Falls of the west.  Drive into the canyon for spectacular vies of the falls. 

Shoshone Falls

This beautiful lake has a lifeguarded swimming area (June to August), a playground, picnic tables, and an easy hiking trail with secret swimming spots. 

Dierkes Lake

The Snake River between Centennial Park and Pillar Falls is an easy upstream paddle that you can complete in under four hours with extra time for exploring.

Pillar Falls

This is a narrow, year-round waterfall that drops 200 feet into a small stream on its journey toward the Snake River. A hiking trail goes behind the falls.

Perrine Coulee Falls

This is a lovely, quiet trail with great views of the Snake River, Auger Falls, and some other beautiful waterfalls in the distance.

Hike the Auger Falls  Loop

 Have bikes delivered to the Twin Falls Visitor Center. From there, you can ride all the way to Shoshone Falls and Dierkes Lake, about four miles away. 

Canyon Rim Trail

Photo credit: Visit Southern Idaho

The Twin Falls Visitor Center is one of the best spots to see an incredible sunset over the Snake River. 

Snake River Sunset

The Perrine Bridge in Twin Falls is the only bridge in the United States where you can BASE jump legally without a permit year-round.  It's thrilling to watch!

Perrine Bridge

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Hey there! I'm Tara and road tripping is my passion! I'd love to help you plan your next adventure, whether it's across town or across the country!