Plan Your Adventure

Take a Trip to Shoshone’s Majestic Underground Ice Caves

Beginning May 1st, Shoshone Ice Caves Idaho will be open to visitors for our 2021 season! Mother Nature has continued to make the caves even more beautiful, and we are excited to show you our own preservation efforts as well. Visit us and find out why people deem the Shoshone Ice Caves as one of the extraordinary wonders of the world.

Improvement Initiatives Made Over Time

We have opened up the entry to the cave. With new and wider steps, handrails, and a larger new platform at the end of the cave, visitors can now enter and leave the cave more easily and safely. It has been a long project but we are sure that you will be happy with the results. We have also added a graveled playground with three new climbing toys.

Season of Operation

May 1 through September 30

10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
7 days a week including holidays
Tours leave every hour on the hour.
The last tour of the day leaves at 5:00 PM.

May 28 to Sep 7
9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
7 days a week, including holidays
Tours leave every hour on the hour, with the last one leaving at 6:00 PM.
Additional tours leave on the half-hour from 11:30 AM to 3:30 PM.

Admission and Rates

General admission prices include a guided tour and entrance to the rock and artifact museum as well as the gift shop.

  • Adults: $12.00
  • Seniors 62 Years Old and Over and Military: $10.00
  • Children 4 to 12 Years Old: $8.00
  • Children 3 and Under: Free

Group Tours

We offer a $2.00 discount on each admission price for groups of 20 or more. Kindly call us in advance to schedule a date and time for your visit, so we can make sure that we can accommodate the size of your group.

Tour Information

The ice caves tour is a walking tour consisting of a ¾ mile hike. Visitors will also need to descend and ascend a total of 80 stairs leading down and returning from the cave. Because of this, we remind guests to plan on spending 45 minutes to an hour on our tours.

Reminders

  • Taking pictures is encouraged.
  • Wear hiking shoes.
  • Bring a light jacket.
  • You don’t need to bring a flashlight.
  • Animals are not allowed on the tour. Service dogs are permitted with proper ID only.
  • Due to the number of stairs, the tour is not accessible by wheelchair or stroller.

Rock and Artifact Museum

Roam around our small on-site museum and discover the history of the area and the Shoshone Ice Caves. You can also view our collection of beautifully preserved artifacts.

Visit Our Gift Shop

Bring home a memento or two from your ultimate ice caves adventure! Stop by our gift shop and choose from our wide collection of souvenirs.

Schedule a Tour With Us

If you are looking to do something adventurous when you visit Twin Falls, Idaho, you are in for an awesome treat with our guided tour of the Shoshone Ice Caves! Contact us today for any inquiries.