If you are looking for remarkable destinations not far from home, Dry Falls should be at the top of your list for this summer. This site has long been popular among Washingtonians, but it is now getting international recognition. In fact, it was recently recognized as one of the first 100 International Union of Geological Sciences Geological Heritage sites. Keep reading to learn more about this designation from the Washington State Parks.
Newsflash from Washington State Parks
The International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS), one of the world’s largest scientific organizations, has selected Dry Falls to be part of The First 100 IUGS Geological Heritage Sites, which includes areas designated by the geoscience community for their significant impact in understanding the Earth and its history.