Washington Has A Grand Canyon, Palouse River Canyon, And It’s Too Beautiful For Words

Anyone who has seen the Grand Canyon in Arizona can attest to its vastness and natural beauty.  Did you know that Washington also has its very own grand canyon? If you’ve not been to Palouse River Canyon in Washington yet, you’re in for a beautiful treat that includes the canyon and a breathtaking waterfall. Or, if it’s been too long since you’ve visited, you’ll definitely want to add it to your to do list for the coming year.

Have you ever been to Palouse River Canyon in Washington? Share your experience in the comments! If you like waterfalls, you’ll definitely also want to plan a visit to Comet Falls.

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Address: Palouse Falls State Park, Palouse Falls Rd, LaCrosse, WA 99143, USA
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Palouse River Canyon In Washington

March 14, 2020

Where else can I find the best views in Washington?

For some of the very best views in Washington, treat yourself to a delicious meal at The Dining Room at the Salish Lodge & Spa in Snoqualmie. Request a seat near the window, where you’ll have sweeping views of the gushing waterfall.

If it’s been too long since you’ve had a getaway, plan a trip to The Columbia Gorge Riverside Lodge, where you’ll have sensational views of the river and of the mountains. Each cabin boasts a full menu of amenities – from a kitchenette to WiFi.

What are the most scenic hiking trails in Washington?

Whether you’re an avid or a newbie hiker, you’ll find an abundance of sensational hiking trails in Washington. One hike that you’ll definitely want to add to your bucket list is the Staircase Rapids Loop Trail in Olympic National Park. The 2.1-mile scenic trail provides beautiful views of forests and streams. You’ll also cross a suspension bridge.

For another scenic trail that features a waterfall, set off on the Marymere Falls Trail near Port Angeles. The 1.8-mile trail will take you along wooden stairs, shaded by towering trees, that lead straight to the gushing Marymere Falls.

Are there any other natural wonders in Washington?

Who’s up for a road trip? Sometimes we all need to get away. This road trip will take you to some of the best natural wonders in Washington. The nearly 12.5-hour road trip spans more than 660 miles. Along the way, you’ll stop at such natural wonders as Mount Rainier, Palouse Falls, and Mount St. Helens.

If you don’t have time for a full-blown road trip, consider visiting some of the best natural wonders in Washington on daytrips. Definitely add Snoqualmie Falls, Puget Sound, and Discovery Park to your bucket list.