Washington’s Official Waterfall Looks Even More Spectacular In the Winter

Palouse Falls State Park is definitely the shining star of Eastern Washington’s natural wonders. And in fact, the 198-foot Palouse Falls happens to be Washington’s official waterfall. But if you’ve only seen this area in the summertime, you’re really missing out. When the temperature drops and the water starts to freeze, it looks absolutely magical.

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If you can’t make it to Palouse Falls before spring, this video footage from Andrey Lutsyk is the next best thing.

 

Address: Palouse Falls Rd, LaCrosse, WA 99143, USA