Considered by many to be the “Niagara Falls of the West,” Shoshone Falls is actually larger than its more famous companion. Historically, Shoshone Falls was an important fishing hub for Native Americans, but since the 1960s it’s become a tourist destination given its impressive size and mighty water flows, which are especially strong in the springtime.
Midday visitors will usually be treated to a rainbow when the sun hits the mist at the base of the falls.
You can expect crowds here daily in the summertime, and its scenery can be very impressive during the winter as well.
|Perrine Memorial Bridge (2.7 miles)|
Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve (62.1 miles)
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Shoshone Falls, 4155 Shoshone Falls Grade
Twin Falls, Idaho 83301
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