Vacationing is about seeing new sights and finding views that forever remain in your memory as landmarks of something special. When you think back years afterward, those sights are what bring back the vivid beauty of a place. On the flip side, part of what makes home special is the things that make it unique. The sights you bring up when friends come to visit. The places you go when you want to be reminded of what a beautiful place you live in.
If you’re visiting or you call Washington home, Palouse Falls is that gem that will stick in your mind for years to come. There’re waterfalls of 198 feet nestled in basalt cliffs and splashes of wildflower color along the trail to enhance the experience as you explore the canyon. And if you catch the falls at sunset, you might even get a photo that does the view justice as the lighting at sunset is favored by many photographers. Palouse Falls is also set up for camping and picnicking with 105-acres of camping areas and covered and uncovered picnic tables along with wheel chair accessible trails and information kiosks. Whether you’re looking for a breathtaking sight on a weekend out or you’re visiting the area and would love to see something truly special, Palouse Falls is worth a visit.