Fall at the Falls
When the Pacific Northwest plunges into fall, the vibrant colors along the water and in the sky take center stage along the Columbia and Snake Rivers. This is especially noticeable at the falls, but for very different reasons.
At Multnomah Falls, the leaves turn to vibrant yellows and deep oranges in an attempt to steal the spotlight from the 620 foot high cascading waterfall.
Further east where the desert dust generally dictates the day, Palouse Falls springs to life with rich green grass that reminds us of the life hiding underneath those desert rocks.
From Multnomah Falls in the west to the Palouse Falls in the east and everywhere in between, the fall foliage along the rivers is something that needs to be experienced.
Check out the pictures below to see some of this beauty.