This is a wonder filled trip through a
very unique landscape and one that
you will not soon forget.  The put in is
at Lyons Ferry State Park at the
confluence of the Snake and Palouse
river.  It is flat water for the first 4
miles then the river narrows and
picks up currant for the next 2 miles.  
The water was low and I had to wade
a few of the rock gardens.  You could
hike your way in, just be aware of the
Rattle Snakes, Ticks, and the Poison
Ivy.  The falls is a spectacular 200
foot drop and is definitely worth the
effort of getting there.