Come paddle the Snake River in Twin Falls, Idaho. This slow moving stretch of the river flows through the Snake River Canyon. During your excursion you will paddle 486′ below the Perrine Bridge, where base jumpers from around the world come to test their bravery. Two miles up river is the picturesque Pillar Falls, a great place to visit with the whole family. For the adventure seekers wanting an all day experience, you can continue on to Shoshone Falls. Labelled the “Niagara of the West,” these magnificent Falls plunge 212′ into the calm river below.

AWOL is the exclusive paddle sports rental company at Centennial Park in Twin Falls, Idaho. Our fleet can accommodate paddlers of all ages and experience levels. Come visit us for your kayak, canoe and SUP board rentals.

Trip Itineraries

Ice Fishing: Hit Up Southern Idaho’s Hot Spots

When the leaves begin to drop, it’s time for late-season hunters and ice fishing enthusiasts to gear up and head out. The Magic Valley is one of the state’s best areas for ice fishing — the long winters here freeze great spots such as Magic Valley Reservoir, Lake Walcott, and Lower Goose Creek Reservoir.

On the Hunt in Southern Idaho

Southern Idaho is a bonanza for hunters. Whether you’re on the hunt for pheasants at a private ranch or plotting your deer strategy in Unit 54, you’ll find ample hunting opportunities. Fans of elusive game, like mountain lions and wolves, can hunt their prey on vast late-season grounds in the Albion Mountains and the South Hills.

Head Into the Great Indoors for Cold-Weather Fun

Southern Idaho is full of beautiful landscapes and year-round outdoor activities, but when the weather gets really nasty it’s nice to have an indoor plan. These favorites offer tons of fun for everyone from kids to seniors.

Keep Cabin Fever at Bay All Winter Long

Does the prospect of another winter of smog and slushy snow have you down? Head to Southern Idaho! Winter is ...

Top 10 Things to Do in Hagerman

Life in Hagerman is built around the water. The Snake River flows to its west, hot springs gurgle up from ...

Top 10 Things to Do in Albion

Albion may be a tiny town — fewer than 300 people reside there — but it’s a great place to ...

Thousand Springs Festival for the Arts

Great entertainment for the whole family at scenic Ritter Island More than 4,000 people are expected to attend the Thousand ...

Top 10 Things to Do in Burley

This charming small town is big on outdoor activities — everything from river boating and bass fishing to some of ...

Make It an Epic Autumn

Orchards ripe with fruit, sunny rounds of golf, the latest vintage — Southern Idaho is bursting with delights during autumn. There’s so much to take in that we’ve developed a best-of-the-best list to use as your guide to fall fun.

Fore! Through Fall at Southern Idaho Golf Courses

Other courses throughout the state may be winding down their seasons, but in Southern Idaho fun on the links lasts well into autumn. Average temperatures in September remain in the high 70s before dropping to the pleasant mid-60s in October and brisk high 40s in November. Autumn golfing in Southern Idaho is perfect for players: Wide-open skies and very little rain.