Most Wasatch Front residents probably think about going south instead of north to enjoy spring break.
But southern Idaho offers interesting places to explore that are about half the distance as driving to St. George or Moab.
And one attraction will be at the height of its beauty for the next two or three weeks.
The 212-foot-high Shoshone Falls on the Snake River near Twin Falls will be flowing even higher than normal, according to Steve Stuebner of Southern Idaho Tourism. That's because the Bureau of Reclamation is releasing more water than normal from Upper Snake River reservoirs as a flood-control measure.