Palouse Falls is located in Wastucna, Palouse Falls State Park, Washington, USA. It drops from a height of 60 meters (198 ft.) all year-round with high volumes of water flow in spring and early summer. The falls itself is stunning, but due to its surrounding rock formations it gets even more magic. The waterfall cut deep through the black basalt highlands and falls a precipitous into a circular bowl carved out of the rock, like an amphitheater.
When the sun strikes the spray at the base of the falls, a rainbow can often be seen. In the winter, the cliffs around the falls are lined with snow and ice and the Palouse falls still has very decent flow.