The Columbia Basin is located in the central part of Eastern Washington
state. It is the largest region in our state and is bordered by; in the north
Okanogan Highland, in the south Oregon and Blue Mountians, in the east Idaho
and Palouse Hill, in the west Central Washington. The region physically
is flat and gets hillier as you go towards the eastern side.
Some major features of this region are rivers, and lakes. Rivers
in the Columbia Basin are the Columbia, Snake, and Spokanne. The three major
lakes of this region are Moses Lake, Banks Lake, and Pot Holes Reservoir.
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