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    Add to my Bucket List: Palouse Falls in Washington State

  • Susan Rowe-Brooks

    Palouse Falls ~~ one of 11 Most Stunning Landscapes | J.J. Threads' Style & Fashion Blog by sdezi21

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    The Palouse Falls, with a height of 198-feet, located in southeast Washington. Glacial floods from Lake Missoula formed series of waterfalls along Palouse River before it entered the Snake River. The Palouse River is a tributary of the Snake River; falls can exist in the middle of desert. Falls included in Washington State's Palouse Falls State Park.

  • Lisa Fiorito

    The Palouse Falls lies on the Palouse River in southeast Washington, United States.

  • Brit Vivian

    Palouse Falls looks like it popped out of a Tolkien book

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