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I passed through this area of a long day drive, and it was definitely worth the stop. Actually, wish I had more time to explore the area and get into the ravine. Lots of great view points, with access to the bottom via trails. Impressive...More
This park is a short jaunt off highway 2 so even if you are just passing through it is worth the side trip. The canyon carved by successive ice age floods in really impressive viewing. The interpretive center has a good set of displays and...More
This is an amazing site that must be visited to be appreciated. The views, combined with the historic representation of the area, are difficult to be believed. Visitor center with informational film, dramatic views of this geologic wonder. Visit this place!
This is the most stunning piece of landscape and geological history I have seen since the Grand Canyon.
15000 years ago a gigantic waterfalls reshaped the landscape from here all the way to the Pacific Ocean. Watch the video and take in the exhibits in...More
Was really not prepared for the enormity of this landscape. When it was a waterfall, it was 10 times as large as Niagara. Most fascinating was learning about how these landscapes were formed more than 15,000 years ago. An awe-inspiring site, not to be missed.
This waterfall is beautiful and so unique in that you can walk under it!! Ample parking, a comfortable staircase to descend, short walk and lots of great sights and sounds...and sprays! And it is not dry at all, not sure where that name came from....More