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Perrine Coulee Falls is a 2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Twin Falls, Idaho that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from March until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 2.0 mi Elevation gain 442 ft Route type Out & Back

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

River

Views

Waterfall

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As of May 2020, the road leading to the trailhead is under construction. Hikers may still get to the falls by parking at the first gravel section next to the park sign.

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Reviews (44)
Photos (42)
Recordings (25)
Completed (140)
Cheryl Stowell
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Loved this hike! The waterfall is incredible! A must-see. Like others said, the trailhead is not easy to find. No signs. The beginning of the trail is in rough shape. A photo of the trailhead is uploaded.

Rosalia Renteria
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Muddy

Beautiful waterfall! it's very easy to miss if you're driving down towards the golf/park. we noticed it on our drive up.

Shelby Kirk
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Hiking

Where we parked there wasn’t really much hiking. The parking is a short walk to where the falls are. Amazing falls! We loved it. I took a screen shot of where we parked and what it looked like. We also walked down a “trail-ish” to where I believe you could park and walk up the 0.3miles to the falls. Definitely uneven terrain but our 4year old did just fine. Our 18month old didn’t like the misting from the falls. Gorgeous views.

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Kathryn Kindall
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HikingRocky

Beautiful waterfall! The actual trailhead is not clear, there are a couple trails that lead to the waterfall. We did the short lower one. Really cool to go behind the waterfall, you will get a little damp. Fun for the kids.

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Siu Tang
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Hiking

amazing waterfall. able to walk behind it. we were the only ones there!

Elisa Allan
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Hiking

Finding the trail head is the most challenging part. We found what we thought was the head, scrambled up some really sandy grades on all fours… Only to land on the real Trail at the top! The real trail head begins off of the golf course road on a small turn out to the left. There’s no sign. But there is a green metal post as if maybe there used to be a sign? Anyway, you park in this very rutted out dirt turn around and the trail to the waterfall is on your left. It’s a pretty easy trail for kids as long as you are on the actual trail not one of the miss leading fake ones. I had a 10, 8, 5 and Baby in a backpack. It was a wonderful stop at the waterfall! My recommendation would be to bring a rain jacket for anybody who doesn’t want to get wet or cold. Like the baby in the backpack who kind of complained about it. But everybody else thought the mist, drips, and splashes were pretty awesome! Beautiful!!!

Tristan Ng
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Hiking
Collin Fisher
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Hiking

beautiful and very easy quick access. park on the bend next to the waterfall and it's a very short hike down! worth the stop and amazing views!

Brandi Barnhart
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Hiking

You can drive right past this thing on the side of the road!

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Krizia B.
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Hiking

June: Normal trail is closed because of road construction. You can still get to the Falls by parking at the first gravel section next to the park sign then going down the left road until a wide sandy path that is clearly passable. Don’t go to the one with two big rocks blocking it. With the road construction, be careful with larger vehicles as well. Falls are quite full right now.

Reegan Mitchell
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Off trailRocky

This "trail" was not as easy to get to or as kid friendly as described. When you arrive at the location Google maps takes you to, keep driving and park at the small spot on the right side of the road before the first turn. You might not be able to see it yet but the waterfall you can go behind is right in front of you. Slip past the k rails and down the small creek and there is a small path that'll lead right to the waterfall. This was one of the coolest things I've ever done! The large drop offs made me nervous with my 5 year old and 2 year old so we had to be very careful!

Nancy Carpenter
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HikingMuddyRockyScramble

Was hoping for more flow on this St Paddy’s day - enjoyable outing tho

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James Cooper-Jones
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Great views. I did it to unwind at the end of a busy work day and in that context it was excellent. Beautiful scenery in the fall in the late afternoon.

Tiffany Bell
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Hiking

Took my 4 year old behind the waterfall it's Beautiful!

Josh Robertson
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Hiking

Being able to go behind the waterfall was awesome! It was a cool place to take pictures and not too hard to get to. You have 2 options on how to get to the waterfall, at the end of the decline where you can initially see the waterfall has a trail down to it, or you can go all the way down the road on climb up the hill to the waterfall! Very pretty and will come back soon!

Laura Focus
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Super fun, lots of extra spots to explore along the trail and brought a five year old along! She thought it was fun and moderately difficult.

Stephanie Grasmick
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Hiking

Not sure if we really hiked this trail or a nearby one along the river. Nice views of the bridge. Very narrow trail flanked by lots of waist- to shoulder-height vegetation. Smelled amazing but my friend had an allergic reaction to something we brushed up against, so if you're prone to that sort of thing wear long sleeves.

Stuart Z
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Hiking

Nice waterfall with patches of icey snow (early march). Short hike up has excellent view of gorge area. Not that hard or long.

Caden Caden Stirtz
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Hiking

Not really a trail, but still a beautiful waterfall. Especially since it is right off the interstate.

Ayla Birch
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I'm not sure I would call this a trail, but it is a trek on the grade. A narrow road that is heavily travelled. People biking, walking, or driving all need to be mindful of each other and give plenty of space.

Dotty Cluck
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Walking

We only walked part of it; but was nice.

Ashley Pierce
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Hiking
Eric McGuire
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Hiking
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Serg Rudenko
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Hiking
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Nadya Hinman
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Hiking
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Jenny Christensen
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Hiking
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Jennifer Gransbury
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