Top 8 Places to Visit in Twin Falls – Idaho, US
Twin Falls is the county seat and largest city of Twin Falls County surrounded by immense natural beauty in Idaho, United States. In this video we show you the top 8 places you must visit in and near Twin Falls.
Shoshone Falls is a waterfall on the Snake River, approximately three miles northeast of the city of Twin Falls. Sometimes called the “Niagara of the West,” Shoshone Falls is 212 feet in height, 45 feet higher than Niagara Falls, and flows over a rim nearly one thousand feet in width.
The Perrine Memorial Bridge is an impressive truss arch bridge which towers almost 500 feet above the Snake River Canyon, making it the eighth-tallest bridge in the United States. There are so many vantage points where you can observe the bridge from different angles.
Another must see sight in Twin Falls is a spectacular tall waterfall called the Perrine Coulee Falls.
Just an hour and a half from twin falls, you can find a totally unexpected landscape in the Bruneau Dunes State Park. In the visitor center, you can enjoy their collection of Idaho fossils and animals, buy some cool souvenirs, and even rent a sand board.
On the way back to Twin Falls, we go by the Malad Gorge unit of Thousand Springs State Park, which is midway between the Bruneau Dunes and Twin Falls. Malad Gorge is a pristine section of the Snake River with scenic canyon views.
Twin Falls and its surrounding views of the rocky hills and rushing Snake River are breathtakingly beautiful. The Snake River is the lifeblood of Idaho’s economy, providing electricity and irrigation to farmlands.
Just 45 minutes north of Twin Falls, you can have a completely unforgettable experience at the Idaho’s Mammoth Cave.
If you’re headed farther east, the Craters of the Moon National Monument is a very interesting place to explore. Do note that if you already went to the Mammoth Cave, you won’t be allowed to go in the caves at Craters of the Moon.