At six hundred feet, the falls were the third-highest in the United States, even taller than Niagara Falls (though not as wide), with a flow rate of two hundred forty-eight million gallons per hour. The waterfall was a popular destination for tourists to the region. A local fable said that those who fell in love within earshot of the falls would remain so for all time.
White Tail Falls was created as a result of the Okanagan subcontinent colliding with North America, approximately one hundred million years ago.
Behind the scenes
The scenes featuring the waterfall were filmed at Snoqualmie Falls, located on the Snoqualmie River between Snoqualmie and Falls City, Washington.
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