I will tell you right now that this is a video that is worth your time even if you think you've seen Shoshone Falls too much. A guy starting a new video blog has captured Shoshone Falls from a place you're not supposed to see it from.
The Internet decided that you don't have enough things planned this spring. That's why it decided to come up with the places you must visit this spring. As it turns out, 4 of those locations are here in the Magic Valley.
I have a bone to pick with the rest of the world. Do a search for "best canyons in America" and see what you find. I'll save you some time. What you won't find is a mention of Snake River Canyon anywhere.
The Shoshone Falls have always been a great tourist attraction and a great place for a day trip for locals. One thing you'll never see down in the canyon during a visit though, is the water flowing up the canyon wall.
On Sunday, March 26th, Meridian resident Chris Manning slipped and fell from a 50 foot cliff at Shoshone Falls resulting in multiple injuries. Manning remains in critical condition at a Boise hospital.
This really isn't fair. It's hard enough to handle all of the beauty of Shoshone Falls with the amazing water flow that we've had this spring. Now, someone has captured that from the perspective right above a rainbow.
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