Snake River Trail
One of the longest and most scenic paved trail systems in Twin Falls, the Snake River Trail has approximately 6.5 miles starting at Federation Point, Washington St N, and ending at Shoshone Falls. Easy access to the trail from Federation Point, (Washington St N), Twin Falls Visitor Center, Pole Line Rd. East at the new Trailhead or Shoshone Falls.
Auger Falls Trails
Inside the Snake River Canyon, Auger Falls now has over 20 miles of dirt trails to mountain bike, hike, bird watch, run or walk alongside the river. Very pristine views and organic in nature. To get there: Take Canyon Springs Road in Twin Falls into the Snake River Canyon. Follow the road past the golf course to the trailhead at the end of the road.
Rock Creek Trail
A hidden gem in Twin Falls, the Old Town Parkway known as Rock Creek. This shady, urban retreat is one to experience! There are two split sections of Rock Creek trail, a 2.4 mile section if you start at Twin Falls Parks and Recreation and a 1.4 mile one-way section starting at the west of Twin Falls County offices which takes you through the RV Park and past the Disc Golf course.
Indian Springs Trail
With over 25 miles of multi-use trail located south of Kimberly, Indian Springs Trail won’t disappoint. Managed by the Bureau of Land Management, there are a variety of trails to mountain bike, hike, run or walk. To get there: Travel directly south of Kimberly on 3500 E for 8 miles, cross 2900 N, and park at the BLM trailhead on the left.
Dierke’s Lake Trail
This 2.8 mile loop goes around the lake and the park with a mixture of surfaces, asphalt, dirt trail, uneven rocks, and stairs.
Snake River Canyon Rim Trail Project
Connecting Washington St. N to Shoshone Falls and to the College of Southern Idaho.