If you're looking to get an adrenaline rush, you'll want to check out one of the hottest destinations in the entire country for adrenaline junkies... and it's free.

Have you ever heard of BASE jumping?

If you're unfamiliar, "BASE" in BASE jumping stands for "building, antenna, spans (often referring to bridges, and the Earth (meaning cliffs or other rock formations)" according to TripSavvy.com. To put it simply, people are jumping off of places that are really really high... but at least they have parachutes.

Apparently, one of the most popular places for BASE jumping is located in Twin Falls.

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Perrine Bridge in Twin Falls

Located just under two hours from Boise, Perrine Bridge is one of the hottest places for people to go BASE jumping. According to HighestBridges.com, Perrine Bridge is 486 feet high and according to VisitSouthIdaho.com, it is about 1,500 feet in length. It's the perfect bridge for... well, jumping!

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Photos like this might give us a pinch of anxiety but to say it doesn't look cool would be a straight-up lie. Especially when they open their parachutes!

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Would you brave Perrine Bridge and make the nearly 500-foot jump? Where are there other places that would be good for BASE jumping? Let us know your thoughts here!

Let's look at some other amazing facts about the Perrine Bridge that you may not know about!

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Scroll on for 10 cool facts about Idaho's most famous four-lane truss bridge and base-jumping site!

Speaking of terrifying (or beautiful) bridges, we found one that is both treacherous and adorable. Yes, there's such a thing.

One of the Most Treacherous Bridges in Idaho is Also the Most Adorable

Scroll on for a look at one of Idaho's most famous swinging bridges and its most frequent, fluffy travelers!

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