Palouse River

The Palouse River is a tributary of the in and , in the United States. It flows for 167 miles southwestwards, primarily through the region of southeastern Washington.

Notable Places in the Area

The , is located on State Route 261 at the confluence of the and Palouse Rivers, near , USA. is situated 1,100 feet west of Palouse River. Photo: Thad Roan, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Archaeological site
The is an archaeological site first excavated in 1962, near Lyons Ferry Park and the confluence of the and Palouse Rivers, in , southeastern Washington. is situated 2 miles north of Palouse River. Photo: Wikimedia, Public domain.

Palouse River

46.5899° or 46° 35' 23.5" north
-118.2152° or 118° 12' 54.9" west
Open Location Code
541 feet (165 metres)
Geo­Names ID

Also Known As

  • Arabic: نهر بالوس
  • Catalan: Palouse
  • Cebuano: Palouse River
  • Chinese: 帕卢斯河
  • Chinese: 帕盧斯河
  • Chuvash: Палус
  • Dutch: Palouse River
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: نهر پالوس
  • French: Palouse
  • French: Palouse River
  • German: Palouse River
  • Hebrew: נהר פאלוז
  • Irish: Abhainn Palouse
  • Italian: Fiume Palouse
  • Italian: Palouse
  • Japanese: パルース川
  • Russian: Палус
  • Ukrainian: Палус
  • Welsh: Afon Palouse
  • Drewyers River
  • Drouillard River
  • Flag River
  • Moh-Ha-Na-She
  • North Fork Palouse River
  • Pavilion River
  • Pavion River
  • Pelouse River
  • Peluse River

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