I’m a sucker for a waterfall so I had definitely planned a stop at Palouse Falls State Park on my Palouse day drive.  The waterfall itself is a short hike from the parking lot and it didn’t disappoint. Standing at a height of 198 feet and surrounded by striking basalt cliffs, the powerful waterfall lies on the Palouse River upstream of the confluence with the Snake River.  I didn’t have time to hike any of the many trails in the park as I was on a mission to see as much of the Palouse as I could so I just snapped a few shots, got back in the car, and was on my merry way.

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