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The ‘Niagara of the West’ – Shoshone Falls, ID

April 16, 2017

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We were a bit worried about the large volume of people rumored to be visiting the falls this weekend.  Some were saying they had to wait over an hour to park during their visit.  Others had said traffic was backed up for a few miles leading up to the parking lot entrance.  Fortunately, we didn’t experience either of these things.  Whether it was good timing, or luck, we didn’t have to wait at all this past Saturday during our visit.  There were plenty of people there, but we didn’t have any trouble finding a parking spot about 200 yards from the lookout points.  The entrance fee is only $3 per car and well worth it.  You can find more details here.

We would highly recommend you visit Shoshone Falls, ID if you’re anywhere in the neighborhood.

Let us know if you have any questions while planning your trip!

Shoshone Falls, ID

Shoshone Falls, ID

Shoshone Falls, ID

Shoshone Falls, ID

Shoshone Falls, ID

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