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This spectacular bridge spans the majestic Snake River Canyon on the northern edge of Twin Falls.

It is 1,500 feet long and 486 feet above the Snake River. The four-lane bridge has pedestrian walkways with views of the river, sheer cliffs, the Blue Lakes, waterfalls, a park and two golf courses. A road descends to these areas. The Twin Falls Visitor Center is next to the bridge.

A parking area adjacent to a Visitor Center allows for close inspection of Idaho’s most striking bridge. It also provides easy access to the developed canyon rim trail system.

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