Idaho Bucket List


Hidden amongst the flat farmland and dairy pastures of Southern Idaho is a secluded canyon where crystal clear water seeps from rock walls into a brilliant blue pool.

This is the 11th largest spring in the United States and flows at a rate of 180,000 gallons per minute!

This natural wonder is a hidden gem and really must be seen to be believed! Finding it is part of the fun as you drive along farm roads before coming to a small parking lot in what seems to be the middle of nowhere. But not before long you’ll stumble across a wide chasm with a sparkling pool of light blue water appear at the bottom.

It’s a mind blowing contrast seeing the flat and featureless farmland against the lush plant life growing below. The adventure doesn’t end there. You can also choose to hike to the bottom of the canyon where you’ll find a hidden waterfall and places where you can plunge into the refreshing spring water.

Read: Box Canyon State Park: How To Hike Down To Box Canyon & Where To Swim

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