Twin Falls is the perfect place for people who want to experience all four seasons. In the winter, you can expect average highs ranging from 37-43 degrees. Spring and fall are moderate — temps in the 60s and 70s prevail — which summer average highs of 79-88 degrees. Winter turns Twin Falls into a snowy wonderland, with an average of 29.5 inches falling every year. You can easily see the stars in Twin Falls, and summer brings dazzling electrical storms.
Twin Falls is home to stunning geography. The impressive, deep Snake River Canyon forms the boundary line between Twin Falls and Jerome counties, and houses three waterfalls within its depths. The most famous, Shoshone Falls, is higher than Niagara. It reaches its peak in spring, after snowmelt swells the river and before the water is diverted to sustain the area’s thriving agriculture. The Snake River provides easy access to outdoor recreation such as fishing, rafting, canoeing, and stand-up paddleboarding.
Twin Falls is within driving distance of the South Hills, City of Rocks, Thousand Springs Scenic Byway, and many other incredible places that beg for exploration.