Ascent to Fryxell Overlook on 2011-07-26
|Date:||Tuesday, July 26, 2011|
|Ascent Type:||No Summit Goal|
| Elevation:||277 m / 909 ft|
Ascent Trip ReportFryxell Overlook was named for Ronald Fryxell who was an anthropology professor at nearby Washington State University. His contribution to Palouse Falls State Park was in having found bones and artifacts downstream from the falls that were older than any human remains up to that point.
Latitude: 46.66275, Longitude: -118.228168
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