Tyler Bradt made history by kayaking 186' high Palouse Falls in April of 2009 to set the World Record Waterfall Descent.
For the rest of us, a scenic class II run begins at the base of the falls through a deep gorge. The river ends with at the stagnant waters held back by the Snake River's Lower Monument Dam.
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