Shoshone Falls Park - Hike near Twin Falls, Idaho
Shoshone Falls Park, Twin Falls, ID 83301, USA,Twin Falls,Idaho
42.5936691, -114.4009619
3.7 miles NE of Twin Falls, Idaho
Address: Shoshone Falls Park, Twin Falls, ID 83301, USA
GPS: 42°35'37.2"N 114°24'3.5"W
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State: Idaho

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The view of Shoshone Falls is beautiful year round but it is simply breathtaking during spring runoff when the water levels are high and they roar so hard you can feel the mist hundreds of feet above the water. There are multiple platforms for viewing as well as information placards and a little gift stand. The park is owned and managed by the city of Twin Falls who charge a fee of $3 per carload (as of 4/1/2017).

The canyon rim trail goes up the canyon wall on the Southwest end of the falls and continues along the rim taking you to the site of Evel Kneival's 1974 attempt to jump the Snake River Canyon. To the jump site and back is about 2.5 miles round trip.

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From Twin Falls, Idaho

  1. Head northeast on Shoshone St E toward E 3900 N Rd/Addison Ave E (161 ft)
  2. Slight right onto E 3900 N Rd/Addison Ave E (3.0 mi)
  3. Turn left onto N 3300 E/Champlin Rd
    Continue to follow Champlin Rd
    (2.5 mi)
  4. Slight left onto N 3300 E/Champlin Rd
    Destination will be on the right
    (0.4 mi)
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4/3/17 1:17 pm 4/1/17
We took the kids while it's still really high water levels. It was incredible. We were there about 11am and it was just perfect for a rainbow along the canyon. It was really packed, the line of cars was long and parking was difficult to find. I'm guessing all that is because of the high water levels. When we left just before noon, the line of cars was way longer. The waterfalls were absolutely incredible though. Everything was pretty wet up by the platforms as we were getting a mist the whole time. It was great to see it at high water levels. We'll have to go back and see it "normal" another time.
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