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The Coulee

I live in the Coulee... I might be biased, but I can think if no other place I would rather live... read more

Reviewed February 4, 2018
Rick W
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Coulee City, Washington
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Beautiful drive

From Coulee City to Grand Coulee Dam the views are impressive all along the way. A stop a Steamboat... read more

Reviewed July 30, 2017
Thomas F
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Columbia, Maryland
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Reviewed June 27, 2018 via mobile

The corridor we traveled consists of the highway running along Banks Lake. The road is tucked in between the lake and the cliffs. There are a slew parks along the highway, all of which have great views. There are not a lot of reasons to...More

Thank CraigF84
Reviewed February 4, 2018 via mobile

I live in the Coulee... I might be biased, but I can think if no other place I would rather live. Great fishing, beautiful lakes and waterfalls... eagles, dear and various other wildlife... truly a wonderful place!

Thank Rick W
Reviewed July 30, 2017

From Coulee City to Grand Coulee Dam the views are impressive all along the way. A stop a Steamboat Rock State Park is a great idea.

Thank Thomas F
Reviewed May 26, 2017

Most people might visit this area to see Grand Coulee Dam. If you are interested in geology, this should be on your bucket list. First, Waterville, a small wheat farming community sits high atop the Big Bend Plateau overlooking the Columbia River 2,000 feet below....More

1  Thank ResortMan2016
Reviewed November 17, 2016

The “Calling the Healing Waters” is the world’s largest human figure sundial standing over 11.5 ft tall and weighing six tons. Registered with the North American Sundial Society, the bronze & steel sculpture is surrounded by basalt columns acting as hour markers. The Society registers...More

Thank RaymondSoapLake
Reviewed January 28, 2016

The Coulee Corridor is so beautiful during the winter months with the icy waterfalls, eagles and much more. Beautiful and breathtaking at anytime in the year.

Thank Asusanrae
Reviewed August 13, 2015 via mobile

My first time up this corridor (Hwy 155). This is one of the best scenic drives in Washington state and there are many. Starting at Soap Lake and ending at Grand Coulee Dam. Very pleasant drive and beautiful scenery through the canyon.

2  Thank Athan S
Reviewed July 19, 2015

I have to preface this with admitting I am fascinated by geology and rock formations . I have been lucky enough to drive most of the scenic highways in Canada and the US and this stretch of road is definitely one of my favorites ....More

2  Thank Skwiki
Reviewed June 30, 2015

Stop in Soap Lake to see the World's Largest Human Figure Sundial "Calling the Healing Waters". Located right of Hwy 17 in the Smokiam (formerly East Beach) Park. Same artist as the Ponies at Vantage. Beautiful, dramatic, memorable.

Thank RaymondSoapLake
Reviewed June 24, 2015

this is as beautiful as it gets for scenery, with the rugged cliffs and canyons, and unique rock formations. The string of water before the Grand Coulee dam is so beautiful. What a great area for recreating in, and the water colour is so nice!

Thank captainronanejo69
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