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Published on May 27, 2011
This highway route follows the Yakima River, dividing the hills of sage covered desert between Yakima and Ellensburg in Washington State. The basalt cliffs, some rising more than 2,000 feet, reveal a story of cataclysmic geologic events. The canyon is known for its year-round sport fishing and as a blue ribbon catch-and-release trout stream. The crevices and cliffs make a perfect home for the densest concentration of nesting hawks, eagles, and falcons in the state.