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Twin Falls, situated on the edge of the jaw-dropping Snake River Canyon, is a popular stopping point for travelers along Interstate 84 and Highway While Twin Falls can certainly satisfy your hunger and give you a spot to supercharge your Tesla, it is so much more. After spending 36 hours experiencing the diverse recreation and stunning scenery that Twin Falls has to offer, you may not want to leave.
Twin Falls is located at the crossro of Interstate 84 and Highway Evening: Travel to Twin Falls and check into your accommodations. Hotels are plentiful along Blue Lakes Drive, the commercial hub of the region. For a bit of luxury, book a stay in the soaking suite at the newly renovated, boutique Blue Lakes Inn. Take a soak in the spacious tub before heading to dinner at Elevation Perched on the rim of the Snake River Canyon, Elevation has one of the best views in town and the food to match and the pan-roasted quail is out of this world.
Morning: Get a caffeine kick at Java, a local coffee shop famous for their mocha-based Bowl of Soul. Stop by the Twin Falls Visitor Center to check out the panoramic view of the Snake River Canyon, see the site where Evel Knievel tried to span the canyon in a rocket-powered motorcycle, and view the historic Perrine Stage Coach. Afternoon: Take a picnic lunch to one of the many riverside picnic tables at Centennial Waterfront Park.
Two hours is enough time to paddle underneath Perrine Bridge and back and there is plenty to explore along the shore.
A longer paddle will pass by waterfalls as they cascade down the steep canyon walls. Rental includes the kayak, lifejacket, paddle, and a whistle. Evening: Before the sun sets, make your way to Shoshone Falls Park. The water is dam-controlled, and when it is at its peak flow a mist will rise from the crashing water and engulf the two viewing platforms.
Shoshone Falls is a must-do activity in Twin Falls, and is one of the most popular attractions in Idaho.
Morning: Have you ever walked behind a waterfall? Park at the first steep switchback on Canyon Springs Road and take the short hike behind the falls. Afternoon: Spend your last afternoon chasing waterfalls or zipping across the canyon. Explore Auger Falls, a churning, cascading waterfall, by foot or mountain bike. Grab a sandwich from Twin Falls Sandwich Company before making your way toward home.
Enjoy wonderful views of the Snake River. Photo Credit: Sara Sheehy. The Perrine Bridge sits over the Snake River. Visit the historic Perrine Stage Coach. Make plans to see Shoshone Falls. Day 3: Hike Around Morning: Have you ever walked behind a waterfall? Travel Tips Shoshone Falls is most spectacular when it runs high in the spring, but regular dam releases ensure there is always water flowing over the falls.
This one-time stage stop has excellent camping, bird watching, kayaking, and hiking. The shows change regularly and are all projected via a state-of-the-art Digitstar 5 fulldome system. Sara Sheehy seeks adventure in the mountains of Idaho and beyond. She is the founder of Camp Academyan online beginners guide to camping and hiking. Related Tips Related Adventures. Share this Travel Tip.Need a Twin Falls guide
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