Looking for a great trail near Twin Falls, Idaho? AllTrails has 14 great hiking trails, walking trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Balanced Rock State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Shoshone Falls Park or Harmon Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 10 easy trails in Twin Falls ranging from 1 to 12.6 miles and from 3,280 to 7,178 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Great hike!! Steep and some loose gravel in places, otherwise great hike. Beautiful scenery!

hiking
rocky
6 days ago

Loved this bike trail. Paved all the way. When you get to the Evil Knievel jump site the trail gets a little harder. Would differently do it again. The trail starts at the Visiter Center. It does go under the bridge.

Nice waterfalls. Not much hiking.

Great hide out place from the crowd and it offers better views of the falls than the park in my opinion.

Beautiful views yet no shade at all , so make sure to get plenty of water, sunscreen and a good hat . Glad I went!

hiking
10 days ago

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!

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

hiking
16 days ago

Make sure you know what Poison Oak looks like before you hike this trail. You will see it and possibly walk through it on this trail. You can avoid it if you are careful.

mountain biking
rocky
washed out
19 days ago

hiking
closed
no shade
30 days ago

It’s kinda confusing because a lot of it is not connected but I enjoyed myself

1 month ago

It's a very short hike to a beautiful waterfall. Great spot to get out and stretch.

hiking
rocky
1 month ago

Nice trail. Quite steep in places with loose rocks and gravel. Amazing views of the Snake River. Depending on water flow, you can walk around Pillar Falls area.

hiking
1 month ago

Nice hike, not much to see until on top, still pretty!

hiking
1 month ago

Great trail for a small hike. Took my 10 and 7 year old kids and they had a blast. First hike for them and they fell in love with hiking. Easy and nothing steep to get them started.

$5 entrance fee to park, nice short walk with incredible views of the Snake River Valley and Shoshone Falls

Lots to do, I’d plan for a couple hours! And don’t miss the paved path that leads to less busy observation points.

Not a bad hike. You don’t get to water and there is little to no shade but it was perfect for the dogs and perfect length for a beginning of the season hike.

hiking
1 month ago

This is just west of the bridge in the canyon. The park looks to be made mostly for mountain bikes, but of course it can be walked, run, good for dogs, kids, pandas, etc. Nice walk for being just a few minutes outside of Twin Falls. I did a loop along the canyon wall then along the snake river, but there are trails all over the place.

hiking
1 month ago

This is across the street from the Magic Mountain ski area and the Eagles Nest trail. There are several ways to get to the top along with the fact that you can just drive up there if you want. Lots of camping in the area and lots or hiking and ATV trails.

hiking
1 month ago

This is a very short .3 mi round trip walk to this small falls. If you are around the Magic Mountain area south of Twin Falls, ID, this is a nice quick stop off to take a look at.

hiking
1 month ago

It really was a nice walk. We only went half way and that section was shady and pleasant.

on Perrine Coulee Falls

hiking
1 month ago

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.

The paved trail is in the middle of a park-like area that extends across several viewing stations. If you wander a bit off the paved areas there are several dirt trash that can lead to the Snake Canyon Rim Trail which has one end at the falls. Following that trail will lead to a few much smaller waterfalls that serve to highlight the power of Shoshone Falls. A good place to wander around, eat lunch and enjoy the cooling mist.

This is more of a walking trail than a hiking trail. It is paved throughout and in various stretches, you may walk along the Snake River (beautiful with waterfalls and dramatic vistas), near a busy road or through a residential neighborhood. During our visit the end near Auger Park was blocked due to construction. One can drive to the parks at either end of the trail and enjoy walking portions of the trail there as well.

The Snake River's Shoshone Falls is as impressive as its online descriptions and pictures. The Observation Deck Trail offers several well-placed viewing areas. Given the number of people that come in and out of the area, the place is relatively clean and litter-free. There is a concession stand for food and drink, shaded, grassy areas with picnic tables, and pit/portable toilets. The rumble of the falls can be heard from quite a distance and the spray can travel, so wear something at least mildly waterproof. The diversion damns and hydroelectric facilities that make electricity from the cascade of water are visible from all the viewing areas. A brochure available at the Twin Falls Visitor Center and online at www.tfid.org (tfid=TwinFallsIdaho) identifies each set of falls in the series that make up the entire cascade of water: Bridal Veil and Bride's Maid are on the upper left of the formation; Bridal Falls on the lower left. Two Graces are in the center (there is a statue of the Two Graces on the Canyon Rim Trail), and Sentinel is the largest and south of the other falls. I gave this attraction only three stars because many of the best viewpoints were closed to the public -- they looked dangerously undermaintained and a few of these, had they been open, would have gotten visitors much closer to the river's action. The Shoshone Falls is accessible from the public roads (a map is provided on the brochure mentioned above), but it is also accessible along the Canyon Rim Trail. this 12-mile paved path starts in Auger Falls Heritage Park and ends at Dierkes Lake Park. This well-maintained bike/hike paved path also provides access to other attractions, such as Centennial Park and the Twin Falls Visitor

hiking
rocky
2 months ago

Not sure why this is considered an easy hike. The trail is super steep, not just eh, steep, but really steep. about 45°. Its also covered in loose gravel and dirt so its extra slippery. I brought a friend that is a beginner hiker and thought that easy would be a good starting point. She ended up slipping and spraining her ankle about 1/4 of the way down. I'm sure the bottom is really pretty.

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