There’s A Little Grand Canyon In Washington, But Hardly Anyone Knows It Exists

You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t heard of the Grand Canyon, one of the original natural wonders of the world. But did you know we have our own magnificent natural canyon right here in Washington? You’ll find this spectacular basalt canyon and massive 198-foot waterfall in Palouse Falls State Park in Franklin County. Take the short trail to the Palouse Falls Overlook and you’ll see why Palouse Canyon is nicknamed the “Little Grand Canyon of Washington”.

If you’ve never seen the majestic beauty of the Palouse River Canyon, you’re missing something truly amazing. Head to Palouse Falls State Park and take in the artistry of nature with breathtaking views as far as the eye can see. This is one natural wonder every Washingtonian should see at least once.

Have you had the privilege of visiting the Palouse River Canyon? Were you surprised by its expansive size? Tell us about your experience in the comments.

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Address: Palouse Falls, Washington 99143, USA

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