Shoshone Falls puts on a show with increased flow in Snake River

The surrounding area of Shoshone Falls is covered in frost as the Snake River has increase in flows. (Photos Courtesy Southern Idaho Tourism)

Shoshone Falls is putting on quite the show as Milner Dam has released more water into the Snake River.

The falls have been bursting with water and are located a few miles east of Twin Falls. They can be viewed from several platforms and vantage points around a park area.

Normally most of the Milner Dam water is held back until April, but this year Upper Snake reservoirs are full.

Southern Idaho Tourism urges visitors to be careful in the area where there is a possibility of ice.

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