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 1 waypoints and 0 side trip tours
Side trips along Almira to Coulee Dam
There are no side trips along this tour leg.
This tour has 1 leg, 1 waypoint, and covers 22 miles.
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