I've traveled many places and seen my share of waterfalls and, although not the largest or tallest waterfall, Palouse Falls is one of the most dramatic. There are two ways to enter the park (we drove in one way and drove out the other), and I would highly recommend driving in from Highway 12. That drive takes you through a beautiful area of carved canyons reminiscent of a "mini Grand Canyon". At the falls, you are able to climb up to the top of the cliffs where you get a birdseye view of the canyons and surrounding areas. And if you're lucky, the friendly marmots who reside in the area may come out to greet you. If you have small children, be very careful as the upper cliff areas have no paved trails or guard rails to keep you from falling off the edge. This is a unique and special place in Washington State and is definitely worth a visit.
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