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Exploring the Mesa Falls Scenic Byway in Eastern Idaho
Exploring the Mesa Falls Scenic Byway is a great way to see one of Idaho’s most impressive waterfalls or break up your drive to Yellowstone.
Box Canyon Springs: An Unexpected Oasis in Southern Idaho
A hidden oasis nestled among the vast farmland of southern Idaho, Box Canyon Springs is an unexpected gem just outside Twin Falls. Part of the 1000 Springs State Park, Box Canyon features a rocky canyon carved by crystal clear water oozing from underground springs. A 3 mile round-trip trail through Box Canyon shows off the area’s beauty and includes stops at a fun swimming … Read More Box Canyon Springs: An Unexpected Oasis in Southern Idaho
How to Visit Devil’s Washbowl in Idaho: Malad Gorge State Park
Located off Highway 84 in southern Idaho, Devil’s Washbowl in Malad Gorge is a great quick stop for easy access to a stunning waterfall.
11 Fun Things to do in Twin Falls, Idaho
With crystal clear springs, deep, rocky canyons, and the winding Snake River, there is no shortage of fun things to do in Twin Falls, Idaho!
10 Stunning Waterfalls in Twin Falls Idaho
Home to Shoshone Falls, known as the “Niagara of the West” there’s no better place to go chasing waterfalls than Twin Falls Idaho!
How to Find Perrine Coulee Falls in Idaho
A 200-foot waterfall that cascades over the Snake River Canyon, Perrine Coulee Falls is a can’t miss stop on any visit to Twin Falls, Idaho.
Blue Heart Springs Kayaking Trip: Idaho’s Tropical Lagoon
The first time I saw a photo of Blue Heart Springs in Idaho, I quickly assumed the vibrant blue colors were heavily edited. There was no way that such a place could exist in Twin Falls, a town I had come to know for its expansive farmland and sagebrush covered flatlands, but Caribbean colored lagoons? No way! While living nearby in Idaho Falls, I … Read More Blue Heart Springs Kayaking Trip: Idaho’s Tropical Lagoon
How to Kayak to Shoshone Falls: Twin Falls, Idaho
In this article we’ll cover everything you need to know to kayak to Shoshone Falls, a unique way to experience the “Niagara of the West”!