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Snake River Canyon Rim Trail

8.2 mi
State: ID
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The Snake River Canyon Rim Trail offers jaw-dropping views and numerous park amenities in the south-central Idaho community of Twin Falls. Although the pathway is not completely seamless yet, each...
ID 8.2 mi Asphalt

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Snake River Canyon Rim Trail


August, 2022 by loraleecampbell

Nice Ride with beautiful lookouts! Crowded at times around lookouts and the bridge.

Snake River Canyon Rim Trail

top 5

August, 2022 by 2c9xy5swt6

Absolutely gorgeous. We were on our way to Yellowstone this summer and stoped in twin falls to check out this bike trail. It did not disappoint. I have added it to my top 5 most beautiful trails.

Snake River Canyon Rim Trail

The description here is outdated

September, 2021 by bonnie.simone49

As of today, September 4, 2021, the description of the Snake River Trail is out of date. There is now a continuous trail from Shoshone Falls on the East to Washington Street on the West. I’m not sure of the exact distance, but it’s at least 5 miles 1 way, maybe a little longer. I ride it several times a week, weather permitting. The ride up out of Shoshone Falls is quite steep with hairpin turns. I have an electric bike so I can do it easily, but would have a hard time otherwise. I’m a 72 year old female. Younger athletic folks with good bikes can come up with a bit of extensive effort.


Snake River Canyon Rim Trail

Such Fun

June, 2021 by fletchercham61

We started at the Shoshone Falls and pulled the hill up to the rim. We have ebikes so it was no big deal. The views are spectacular. We then went on through farm land, Evil Knieval’s failed attempt to jump the canyon location, residential areas and to the welcome center at the fabulous bridge in Twin Falls. We were able to watch a base jumper (unexpected treat). We then went about a mile beyond the welcome center and turned back. It was hot. Once you are up on the rim it’s level. The whole trail is paved. Worth it!

Snake River Canyon Rim Trail

very nice ride to Shoshone Falls! trail map needs an update.

July, 2020 by ardenmiller

More trail is completed than what appears in the app. We went from the trails endpoint all the way to Shoshone Falls, going off track on roads once because of map inaccuracy. Return trip never used roads. Splendid views of Snake River and the falls and other rapids. Not a super long ride, but the area near the falls presents challenging hills.

Snake River Canyon Rim Trail

Evil jumped here...

July, 2020 by resifenceinc

It was a nice trail it has several beautiful views. Some steep hills , the trail is complete no gap any longer.

Snake River Canyon Rim Trail

Goods Views

May, 2017 by pweathers1

Twin Falls gas taken steps to acquire easements for the canyon rim trails which is cool. There is disconnect that goes through neighborhood s and its not marked near the shopping district. Then the trail ends at Eastland Road where there are no bike lanes to Falls Ave to Champion Rd which will then connect you to the East segment.

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