There are so many great places to enjoy this summer, we want to mention one more that might often get left out. Try heading to the Coulee Corridor which includes the Grand Coulee Dam.
This 150 mile corridor runs from Omak in the north, through Moses Lake, to Othello. The scenery along the route is just as unique as it is magnificent. The floods that occurred in the Ice Age gouged channels into much of central and eastern Washington State. Geologists call this are the “channeled scablands.”
The scenic overlooks and visitor centers will teach every tourist about the floods which scoured the land leaving exposed basalt columns. There are also some great birding trails in the area. The winged creatures you may see include: bald eagles, sandhill cranes, ducks and hawks.
The Grand Coulee Dam is a great feat of engineering that brought irrigation to an arid desert landscape. You can see the majesty of it from some beautiful panoramic views. There is also an official Grand Coulee Dam Visitor Arrival Center in the town of Grand Coulee. There are guided tours available which start at the side of the dam opposite the visitor center.
Lake Roosevelt was created by Grand Coulee Dam. This sprawling 125 mile lake has amble outdoor recreational opportunities.
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