Pullman, WA

Pullman, the largest city in the county and home of the National Lentil Festival. Rich as a college town, with Washington State University and all the vibrancy that a Pac-12 university brings to a community. The arts are alive in our theatres, museums, and music. Pullman offers fine food, a world class golf course, lodging and shopping options which will easily round out each visitor’s experience.
From Pullman, head north, south or west where you’ll find plenty of eye candy along the 208 miles of the Palouse Scenic Byway.
About an hour north, Steptoe Butte rises 3,618’ into the sky with a spectacular 360-degree view of the area. Going west, you’ll find Palouse Falls State Park which emerges from the channeled scablands of arid southeastern Washington, a longer cascade than Niagara Falls. Just twenty minutes north will put you at Kamiak Butte and a short hike from the base will put you sky-high overlooking the rich farmlands with over 150 bird, mammal, and vegetation species. A twenty-minute jaunt south will get you to the Dahmen Barn, which is fenced in over 1,000 steel wagon wheels.
Incredible sights, nature in bloom, panoramic landscapes and friendly!