Snoqualmie Falls

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Sno·qual·mie Falls

A waterfall, 82 m (270 ft) high, in the Snoqualmie River, about 70 km (45 mi) long, of west-central Washington.

Sno•qual′mie Falls′

(snoʊˈkwɒl mi)
falls on a river (Snoqualmie) in W Washington. 270 ft. (82 m) high.
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Thanks to LeRoy Gmazel of Snoqualmie Falls Brewing Co.
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It starts in Washington's Cascade Mountains as three separate forks and, at the city limits of Snoqualmie, the river's Snoqualmie Falls cascade in a spectacular, 268-foot drop.
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