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Philip Kuntz / 21 items

N 168 B 3.4K C 37 E Oct 12, 2013 F Feb 19, 2019
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The view looking downstream as the Palouse river heads for Washington state's official waterfall, Palouse Falls. Taken in the autumn so the flow is nice and low. Really roars in the spring.

Not very high, but an impressive wide waterfall. Taken in the autumn so the flow is nice and low. Really roars in the spring.

More views of this falls and The falls in comments.

Thanks for taking a look. Always appreciated!

Tags:   Upper Palouse Falls Palouse Falls Palouse river waterfalls autumn Washington State Official Waterfall eastern Washington

N 286 B 7.0K C 49 E Oct 11, 2013 F Feb 9, 2017
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A view of the Palouse river canyon right below the falls, posted yesterday.

This was taken from the goat trail half way down the basalt cliff. I haven't been back since then but have heard that they have blocked it off. Sure hope not.

Thanks for the smiles you bring with your visits, faves and support.

Tags:   Palouse Falls Palouse Falls State Park Palouse River Palouse River Canyon Washtucna Washington

N 365 B 8.7K C 72 E Oct 11, 2013 F Feb 8, 2017
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Palouse Falls lies on the Palouse River, about 4 mi (6 km) upstream of the confluence with the Snake River in southeast Washington, United States. The falls are 198 ft (60 m) in height.

Hard to believe a brave/crazy kayaker went over the falls during spring high flow.....
take a look:
youtu.be/uNXh9gXDd2Y


Tags:   Palouse Falls Palouse river Official Waterfall of Washington state waterfall falls

N 211 B 5.0K C 50 E Oct 11, 2013 F Sep 27, 2016
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“Discovered” in 1841 by the famous Wilkes Expedition, they recorded the falls on their maps with the original, native name "Aputaput." Later, the name was changed to commemorate the Palouse Indian culture. Now Palouse Falls is the Official Washington State waterfall.

The Palouse river tumbles 198 feet to the plunge pool below. This shot was taken in the fall, when the flow was low. Really roars in the spring. Still had a sweet song.

Your visits, remarks and suggestions are appreciated!

Tags:   Aputapat Palouse Falls Palouse Falls State Park Palouse tribe Palouse River Washington State Official Waterfall Washtucna Washingon Waterfalls falls

N 290 B 6.9K C 70 E Oct 12, 2013 F Jun 7, 2016
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Palouse Falls was originally called Aput Aput, "Falling Waters," by the Palouse Indians. It falls 198 feet over a basalt cliff.

The Palouse river joins the Snake river 4 miles downstream.

A few other images upstream and downstream in comments.

Have a terrific Tuesday!

Tags:   Palouse Falls Palouse river waterfall falls Palouse Indians Aput Aput Official Waterfall of Washington State


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