“Walking Downstream”


The Lewis River is a tributary of the Columbia River that travels about 95 miles through southwest Washington. Its course is blocked mid-way by a damn that produces hydroelectricity, but its upper stretches are wild and free. There you will find the popular Lewis River Trail (the subject of this photograph) and the picturesque lower Lewis River Falls where the powerful waterfall has generated a plunge pool, perfect for a summer swim.

Unlike nearby Lewis County and Fort Lewis, the Lewis River was not named for Meriwether Lewis, but rather for A. Lee Lewis, an early settler who homesteaded near the mouth of the river. With this metal print, you too can have Lee Lewis’s beautiful homestead view in your own home!

  • Available as Framed Image or Metal Print.
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See detailed product descriptions below. Final printed product does not contain watermark/copyright information as seen in digital sample.