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3 Hikes

Central Washington -- Grand Coulee

15.0 miles of trails
Average rating:
(1 vote)
Dry Falls State Park is a stunning stop on any Central Washington road trip. The viewpoint off Highway 17 at the Visitor Center is a good quick stop to see the evidence of the mighty ice age floods that swept through this area. But drive down to the main road through the park, just a couple miles south, and you'll be able to get inside this incredible vista, and see up close what the land looks like now.
6.0 miles, roundtrip
Gain: 350 ft.
Highest Point: 1500 ft.
Average rating:
(4 votes)
Hike through a stunning canyon in a state park rich in history from the Ice Age Floods.
5.0 miles, roundtrip
Gain: 100 ft.
Average rating:
(5 votes)
The hike involves a circumnavigation of Umatilla Rock, a narrow rock blade that passes below Dry Falls. This area lies midway along the 50-mile Grand Coulee—one of the longest and most spectacular chasms carved out by up to 100 gargantuan Ice Age floods.