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  • Winter runoff brings amazing flows to Shoshone Falls

    Heavy runoff from winter snow and recent rain have increased water flows at Shoshone Falls in Twin Falls to more than 18,000 cubic feet per second, creating the biggest water show in 20 years. Shoshone Falls, is 900 feet wide and features a 212-foot drop, making it one of the largest natural waterfalls in the United States. Flows are expected to be above normal through May.

Heavy runoff from winter snow and recent rain have increased water flows at Shoshone Falls in Twin Falls to more than 18,000 cubic feet per second, creating the biggest water show in 20 years. Shoshone Falls, is 900 feet wide and features a 212-foot drop, making it one of the largest natural waterfalls in the United States. Flows are expected to be above normal through May. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Heavy runoff from winter snow and recent rain have increased water flows at Shoshone Falls in Twin Falls to more than 18,000 cubic feet per second, creating the biggest water show in 20 years. Shoshone Falls, is 900 feet wide and features a 212-foot drop, making it one of the largest natural waterfalls in the United States. Flows are expected to be above normal through May. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
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