United States Steamboat Rock View

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Joe Becker

About this spot
Steamboat Rock is a basalt butte rising 800 feet above the waters of Banks Lake. The butte and the lake are located in the Upper Ground Coulee. The coulee and Steamboat Rock were formed during ice-age floods that carved the Channeled Scablands of Washington State. In more recent times, Grand Coulee was partially flooded with water from Grand Coulee Dam to make the Banks Lake Reservoir.

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