Palouse Falls

canyonsPalouse Falls State Park is about a 2 hour drive from me and is now added to my list of “most beautiful places I’ve ever visited”, granted my travel list is short but I think even a seasoned traveler would be impressed by the view.   You travel on roads surrounded by dry flat lands and you begin to doubt any water could exist here, even travelling with nothing for so long you might question your carefully planned navigation.  Down a winding road I dubbed “rollercoaster road” (serious curves and hills), a short gravel road before arriving at the park, seeing nothing but you can hear the roar of the falls.  A short walk and there you are in front of the view you see below.  Trails are plenty but not clearly marked.  Next time I hope to get down by the water but for now this was an amazing trip and well worth the drive.  Palouse Falls 115
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