Travel through dry wheatlands and occasional patches of scab rock and sagebrush. The route rises slowly with curves and dips, reaching the Columbia River, then descending dizzily by a winding three-mile grade into the canyon carved by the river to one of the wonders of the world, Coulee Dam, a project begun in 1933 and completed in 1941.
This leg of the tour has 6 waypoints and 0 side trip tours
Key Waypoints along Almira to Coulee Dam
This town grew rapidly when construction on the Coulee Dam began and became known as “The Gateway City to the... Visit
One may say that the site of Grand Coulee Dam was determined centuries ago. Lava, hissing and boiling, fought with... Visit
Side trips along Almira to Coulee Dam
There are no side trips along this tour leg.
This tour has 1 leg, 6 waypoints, and covers 22 miles.
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