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City of Rocks National Reserve 360 Tour Link

City of Rocks National Reserve

Established in 1988 as a national reserve, City of Rocks encompasses 14,407 acres of land (about one quarter is privately ...

Almo, ID

Malad Gorge

The Malad River Canyon is 250 feet deep and 2.5 miles long. At Malad Gorge State Park, located right off ...

Hagerman, ID
Perrine Bridge 360 Tour Link

Perrine Bridge

This spectacular bridge spans the majestic Snake River Canyon on the northern edge of Twin Falls. It is 1,500 feet ...

Twin Falls, ID

Twin Falls Golf Club

Built in 1931, this public course has hosted the Idaho Open nearly 10 times and boasts a driving range, putting ...

Twin Falls, ID

Minidoka County Historical Museum

This museum features Rupert’s 1906 railroad depot, a caboose and a genuine Russell steam engine that has been restored to ...

Rupert, ID

Dierkes Lake Climbing

The cliffs surrounding Dierkes Lake near Twin Falls are popular with local climbers. Beginners to experts use this area to ...

Twin Falls, ID

Wilson Theatre

The beautifully restored 1920 Wilson Theatre, for special events, plays, weddings, and more. Tours available Monday through Friday, 9am-4pm. Five ...

Rupert, ID
Snake River Canyon 360 Tour Link

Snake River Canyon

Stretching east and west on either side of Twin Falls, this striking canyon can be viewed at an overlook just ...

Twin Falls, ID

Banbury Hot Springs

Banbury Hot Springs, located on the beautiful Snake River, north of Buhl, Idaho has always been considered a spiritual and ...

Buhl, ID

Tracy General Store

At this general store in the small town of Almo, located near City of Rocks, things don’t change much. The ...

Almo, ID
  • Miracle
    Hot Springs

    We have 15 Private Hot Pools, 6 VIP Pools and 4 Outdoor Public Pools. The 4 outdoor, general admission pools are kept cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter to provide the perfect temperature to relax, exercise or play. In any season, the water is chemical free and the pools are drained and cleaned nightly. There are 15 smaller private soaking pools, each with adjustable temperatures and changing rooms, available on a first come, first served basis.

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  • Hagerman
    Valley Inn

    If you are looking at Hagerman lodging you’ve come to the right place. Whether you are visiting the Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument, relaxing in any of the several hot springs, visiting the amazing Malad Gorge, or just enjoying yourself on the famous Snake River, stay at the Hagerman Valley Inn.

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  • zip the

    Now you can zipline through the canyon even Evel Knievel couldn’t conquer. The Magic Valley’s first-ever zipline is in the heart of the Snake River Canyon, with amazing views of the towering Perrine Bridge and the meandering river below. Don’t miss your chance to “fly” through one of America’s most impressive canyons!

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  • city of rocks

    Ever heard of a city made of rocks? You can find one in Southern Idaho! The City of Rocks National Reserve offers stunning views of jaw-dropping geology and more than 700 routes to challenge climbers, as well as year-round recreation opportunities for everyone from bird watchers to skiers.

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