The journal Condé Nast Traveler named Washington’s Palouse Falls one of “eight waterfalls in the U.S. worth traveling for,” in a Monday story.
The journal referred to as the 200-foot waterfall “something out of Jurassic Park.”
Luckily for us, visiting the waterfall requires little journey. The falls are nearly two hours south of Spokane. It’s effectively worth the drive.
The Palouse River runs by means of a slender cataract earlier than taking the plunge and right into a bowl after which persevering with alongside to the Snake River.
The complete function was carved greater than 13,000 years in the past and is one of the final energetic waterfalls on the Ice Age floods path, according to Washington State Parks.
The waterfall was named Washington’s state waterfall in 2014.
The journal listing additionally included Shoshone Falls in Twin Falls, Idaho.