A Waterfall Lover's Guide to the Pacific Northwest 5th ed.
Inland Empire 
17 Palouse Canyon
Waterfall Entries (refer to hardcopy book for descriptions and directions; page numbers are provided below)

Palouse Falls
Rating: *****
Form: plunge
Magnitude: 86
Access: auto (page 198)
USGS Map: Palouse Falls (2011)
Edition: 1st

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Cow Creek Falls (u), USGS Coyote Butte (1981 nl) is a small waterfall on private property with no trespassing. The owners allowed the author to take this photograph for documentary purposes.

Upper Cow Creek Falls (u), USGS Coyote Butte (1981 nl), does not appear accessible. Thick brush masks any view of small Weimer Creek Falls(u), USGS Falling Springs (1981 nl).  Nothing larger than a riffle could be found at Tucannon River Falls (u), USGS Tucannon (1967 nl).  Not much is to be seen at Hompegg Falls, USGS Eckler Mtn (1995), which was obliterated by a flood in 1931. Sheep Creek Falls (u), USGS Stentz Spring (1995 nl), is not likely accessible.

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