The Idaho Falls falls, located in the western part of the state, has been called the “golden waterfall”.
It is the second most popular waterfall in the US, after the Niagara Falls.
The falls are often visited by the public and locals who are known to take selfies at the falls, which are also popular among tourists.
In the early days of the city, the waterfalls were used for water sports, and the water was also used for gambling.
In the 1960s and 1970s, the city built a bridge across the falls and the river to ease traffic and traffic noise.
The city later removed the bridge and replaced it with a bridge that connects to the nearby Boise Falls.
Today, the Falls are open to the public, but they are closed to visitors for the winter months.
According to the Falls Association, the main waterfalls in the city are the Pecos Falls, The Peco Falls, and Little Falls.
There are two other cascades: The Cedar Creek and the Cedar Falls.