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It’s easy to guess why Twin Falls earned its name. The city sits on the edge of Snake River, with Shoshone Falls at the eastern end and the Perrine Coulee Falls tumbling down a tributary from the river. Bring your camera for shots of these dramatic cascades, before hiking out along the Snake River Canyon Trail. Elsewhere in the city, you’ll find university campuses, natural history museums, and a spectacular bridge that crosses the canyon.
Rent a car through Orbitz in Twin Falls to travel beyond the city limits, following the edge of the river to other areas of natural beauty.
Idaho was shaped by volcanoes and tectonic plate movements, creating dramatic landscapes and mineral springs that bubble up through the earth. Use your rental car to discover these atmospheric, awe-inspiring destinations.
Lava flows have left parts of the landscape of Idaho looking strange and otherworldly. This national monument is named the Craters of the Moon because the arid, black and gray formations look like they could be a lunar landscape. Hiking trails exist throughout the park, but one of the best ways to see it is to drive through it, pausing to take photos of this dramatic area.
Journey time: Around 1 hour 30 minutes
Distance: Approximately 75 miles
Sun Valley is the entry point into one of Idaho’s most beautiful regions, the Sawtooth National Forest. Sun Valley is particularly popular in winter, when adventurers flock to the resort town for skiing on nearby Bald Mountain. Follow the highway into the forest for spectacular views of the landscapes, and pull over to take in the expansive panoramas.
Journey time: Around 1 hour 45 minutes
Distance: Approximately 85 miles
Pocatello is often seen as a stopping point to the northwestern corner of the US, but it’s a charming destination in its own right. Come here to soak in the mineral springs, which are heated by underground lava, for a spa day of total relaxation. Zoo Idaho is another major attraction, featuring a wide array of animals and educational programs for younger visitors.
Journey time: Around two hours
Distance: Approximately 115 miles