Kimberly, Idaho

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  • Kimberly, Idaho

    Shoshone Falls

    4.3
    0.61 mi / 174 ft gain
    From Highway 93 in Twin Falls turn east onto Falls Avenue. After two miles turn left onto Champlin Road and continue to the entrance of Shoshone Falls Park. Enjoy a view of the waterfalls from one of the many lookout decks. For a longer adventure, hop on the paved Centennial Trail and walk, run,...
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  • Twin Falls, Idaho

    Hike the Snake River Canyon to Pillar Falls

    5.0
    2.5 mi / 600 ft gain
    From Eastland Dr. in Twin Falls, turn right onto Pole Line Rd. to find a small dirt pulloff with room for only a handful of cars on the north side of the road. The Snake River canyon is visible beneath, and a steep but wide access trail heads down from here.The descent is rocky and loose, so watc...
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  • Twin Falls County, Idaho

    Perrine Bridge and Perrine Coulee Falls

    4.5
    About the Bridge: The Perrine Bridge near Twin Falls, Idaho is a famous landmark in the state and crosses the beautiful Snake River Canyon. The bridge is 1,500 feet long and is 386 feet above the Snake River. There are also BASE jumpers that frequent the bridge. BASE jumping is a sport where athl...
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  • Buhl, Idaho

    Photograph Balanced Rock at Night

    Southern Idaho offers a lot of unique places to go photograph, but not all places have as good of a spot for astrophotography as Balanced Rock State Park does. Because this spot is quite a ways out from the towns, you don't have a lot of light pollution which allows you to see all of the stars in...
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  • Buhl, Idaho

    Balanced Rock

    4.0
    Balanced Rock is famous throughout the Magic Valley, and getting there is easy. A picnic table and turnoff on Castleford/Glenns Ferry Road allows you to park below the rock. From there it's a short scramble up the hill to get to the base -- that's the only way to get a feel for the boulder's enor...
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  • Cassia County, Idaho

    Photograph Lower Goose Creek Reservoir

    While this lake is out of the way, the drive through rural parts of Burley is worthwhile. From Heyburn drive 27 south to the small village of Oakley. Here you will follow W 1800 S a few blocks to S 600 W to the rustic Trapper Creek Road, which is more like a stout cattle trail. Drive down to the ...
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  • Gooding County, Idaho

    Hike the Little City of Rocks

    4.0
    4.2 mi / 800 ft gain
    Located near Gooding, Idaho, the Little City of Rocks provides endless wandering through volcanic ash hoodoos and sagebrush desert.The parking area is less than two miles down a decently graded dirt road. In spring there is a water crossing. If your car cannot cross park and walk the short distan...
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