“Palouse Falls” LaCrosse, Washington

“Palouse Falls” LaCrosse, Washington

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The Palouse Falls lies on the Palouse River, in southeast Washington. The Palouse River runs through a narrow cataract and drops 200 feet to a churning bowl. From there, the current moves swiftly, through a winding gorge of columnar basalt, to its southern end at the mighty Snake River. Carved more than 13,000 years ago, Palouse Falls is among the last active waterfalls on the Ice Age floods path.

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