Southern Idaho’s unique geographical make up and range of weather conditions offers something for everyone. An environment unlike any other in the country. From recreation to arts to dining, you won’t be disappointed by the range of opportunities available here all year long.
Recreation & Sports
World-class BASE jumpers travel to Twin Falls’ Perrine Bridge to enjoy they one of the best and safest spots to practice their sport of free falling from buildings, antennas, spans and the Earth (BASE). The Perrine Bridge is one of the few legal places to jump in North America and offers some of the most ideal and breathtaking jumping conditions.
At the base of 10,339-foot Cache Peak, Castle Rocks State Park is open year-round for hiking, mountain biking, world-class rock climbing and wildlife-watchig.
City of Rocks rivals Yosemite National Park as a western favorite for technical rock climbers and is widely considered one of the world’s top rock climbing destinations while also offering a top spot for snowshoeing in the winter.
1000 Springs offers breathtaking boating and hiking opportunities.
Famous for our snow, Southern Idaho offers numerous short-drive locations for a full range of skiing, snowshoeing, cross country, snow boarding and related sports.
Hunters enjoy year-round opportunities from big game to bird hunting
The mighty Snake River and its tributaries offer some of the world’s best fishing.
Birders can enjoy a host of locations for unique birding opportunities.
Southern Idaho’s high desert and Snake River scenery makes hitting the links an experience like no other.
Arts & Culture
International and local performing art shows, local theater, art displays, dance, concerts and symphonies are just some of the many arts and culture events residents enjoy in Southern Idaho.
Experience the region’s local food and dining establishments, from local eateries to those with tables perched 486 above the Snake River to enjoy the wide range of eateries in the region.