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Visitors 47
Modified 6-May-20
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The Palouse is a region in south eastern Washington characterized by rippling hills covered with wheat fields. The hills were formed over tens of thousands of years from wind blown dust and silt from dry regions to the south west. Seen from the summit of 3,612 foot high Steptoe Butte, they look like giant sand dunes