These three cities comprise the Lewis Clark Valley and are on the Washington/Idaho border. This area is rich in history and is best known as the gateway to Hells Canyon Recreation area.
Kettle Falls is named from the falls that reside nearby, on the Upper Columbia River. It has a rich history and culture that people travel from far and wide to experience.
Pullman is set in the rolling hills of south western Washington. This is a fertile, agricultural area in the area known as the Palouse. It is home to Washington State University.
Spokane is the largest city in far eastern Washington and is home to Gonzaga University. The centerpiece of the city is Riverfront Park set along the Spokane River. Spokane offers great food, historic sites and plenty of outdoor activities year around.
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