The Palouse Falls are located in the downstream of the Snake River of eastern Washington, Palous Falls State Park.
The falls are 60m in height, while being located in the gap between the cutting areas of the basalt highlands.
In the winter, because of glittering ice on the stair cliff around the falls, and in the summer, because of heavy rain caused by thawing water, it is supposed to be appropriate for appreciating the fall.
However it was also good to appreciate their beauty even when I visited the falls at the end of summer. Despite the beauty of the scene of the falls, it would be necessary for managers to pay attention to safety facilities for the safety of visitors.