Visit Southern Idaho
Photo courtesy of Southern Idaho Tourism
Cassia Mountain Range, locally known as the South Hills are beautiful beyond words. Located south of the Magic Valley by just a quick drive, it is truly incredible how much the landscapes shift. The elevation changes from Twin Falls at 3,700 to the top of the hills at 8,400. Hikes in the South Hills are wonderful to escape the valley and explore the vibrant forest.
The Snake River flows through Southern Idaho and provides incredible fishing, paddling, boating, hiking and more! One of the best towns to visit to fully capitalize on the Snake River is Burley, Idaho.
Standing 486 feet above the base of the canyon, the Perrine Bridge is an ideal structure for jumping. Visitors can stand on either side of the canyon and watch in awe. The ariel show put on by the jumpers is truly a spectacle to see. Most jumps take place on the east side of the bridge, but keep an eye out for a dark side jumper (west side).
We asked local, Camille Flournoy, what she loves about living in Twin Falls. Camille grew up in Twin Falls and left for college when she was 18. She has since returned after the substantial growth Southern Idaho experienced, and now now calls it home. She loves it now more than ever before. Here is her story and her 10 local suggestions!
Winter brings incredible birds to southern Idaho!
Welcome to Twin Falls! As a first time visitor you don’t want to miss out on the major landmarks, or incredible local business Twin Falls has to offer. Follow our first time visitor guide to Twin Falls to maximize your experience! Staying in Twin Falls is easy because there are many options for hotels from boutique to brand spanking new. The Fillmore Inn is located on Addison Ave in the middle of Twin Falls and is our favorite boutique hotel option. The unique and dreamy hotel has a variety of rooms to suit your needs. Expect exceptional hospitality from the owner, and maybe even some homemade cookies!