Dry Falls

Once the world’s largest waterfall, it’s difficult not to believe in the supernatural when you stand atop this great canyon and take in the sheer expanses of Dry Falls. A staggering 3.5 miles of vertical cliffs drop 400 feet to quiet pools of Dry Falls Lake, an ancient channel of the Columbia River. A remarkable story of lava and ice over millions of years formed this ravine, among one of the greatest catastrophic floods of the Pleistocene times (about one million years ago).

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