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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Indian Canyon

Indian Canyon waterfall (Mike Prager)

4800 W. Indian Canyon Drive, Spokane, WA

Directions: Take Indian Canyon Drive up the hill from Greenwood Drive. Go to the pull off on the main switchback in the road, and walk in from the gates. If you reach the golf course, you have gone too far. There are two tour stops here.

Indian Canyon waterfall (Mike Prager)

Hidden waterfall

One of the lesser-known geologic features in Spokane is a tiny waterfall that drops into a narrow gorge just west of Spokane in an area known as Indian Canyon, which also was the location where a humiliated Chief Garry last lived.

The conservation park is part of the great gorge park envisioned and recommended in a report by the Olmsted Bros. Landscape Architects firm, of Brookline, Mass., to the Spokane Park Board in 1908.

Source: Spokesman-Review

Directions to the next stop: Chief Garry

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Head southeast on S Indian Canyon Dr