Palouse Falls is a beautiful 200″ (60m) waterfall in southeastern Washington state, situated in the rolling grasslands, wheat fields and eroded lava formations of the Palouse. I enjoy exploring this region, especially in the spring. Its climate is milder than eastern Washington’s so wildflowers bloom early. The weather in spring is cool (it gets very hot in the summer) and the snow melt fills the channel of the Palouse River, which pours over Palouse Falls with a thunderous roar. It's one of Washington State’s greatest waterfalls.