The Little Grand Canyon In Washington Is A Big Secluded Treasure
When you stand at the top of Palouse River Canyon, you might feel like you’re on top of the world. But believe it or not, it has a depth of about 1,000 feet, as opposed to the Grand Canyon’s 6,000 feet. So that’s why, despite its pretty massive size, it’s known as Washington’s little Grand Canyon. If you have yet to explore Palouse Falls State Park, you should add it to your to-do list when it’s safe to do so.
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Have you ever been to Palouse Falls? We’re thinking every Washingtonian could use these stunning views right about now.