Kamikaze/Teneriffe Falls is a 5.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near North Bend, WA that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from October until June. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
It had been a while since I was on this trail. Looking forward to returning when the falls have water. It's just dripping now. Still a beautiful trail!
Decent trail, not as traveled as other local trails. That made for a peaceful hike
This hike was a little difficult, but fairly short. We went with our dog in July. She was wearing a pack to train for backpacking, and there were a few times we had to lift her over rocks when it became too narrow. Overall it's a good hike that's not too hard.
Great workout, but the falls ended up being just a trickle. Not all that scenic but definitely got the heart rate up :)
This was a nice hike. The falls were more like a trickle but that's ok. I will do it again next spring when there is more water. I recommend hiking boots and not just hiking shoes. Pretty rocky the last mile or so. Not trying to break an ankle. Parking lot was nearly full when we got there around noon. Maybe around 9 cars so not much trail traffic.
Great hike, ricky terrain definitely wear hiking boots! I gave it 3 stars just because I have seen better waterfalls.
Hardest trail yet. We didn't go to the top of the waterfall. It is gorgeous up there. We certainly worked for it though.
Minimal parking. Terrain was very cool as you got higher in elevation. Spectacular waterfall at the end.
not bad of a hike. it's rocky towards the top but the view is beautiful.
Holy cow!! He hike up was hot. The sun is a bit blinding as it glares off the rocks on the switchbacks. But after awhile the reward is great as you approach the lower and then the upper falls.
This is a great hike. The trek up is a workout but the falls are a fitting reward at the end. The parking situation is non-existent. So don't plan on it.
However, if you follow the road, less than 1/4 mi past the parking lot, to the last house on the right, just before the road ends, a lovely woman named Fiorella will let you park in her large, grassy front lawn for $10 cash! So worth it, as the nearest street parking is a mile away. Save your energy for the falls!
this was a more mental then physical hike. first 2 miles is mostly flat and not challenging, but pretty none the less. last mile is up rocks and hills, and knowing where to step and when takes a lot of thought. I liked the change
Really nice waterfall at the top, and panoramic views on the way up. Very limited parking
The first two miles are pretty easy- that last mile is where you gain all of the elevation through very rocky terrain for an added level of difficulty.
Three pieces of advice- 1) have sturdy hiking boots with ankle support 2) hiking poles are helpful coming down 3) go all the way to the top- the view is worth it
Nice trail. Very small parking area so go on a weekday or get there EARLY! There are a lot of lose rocks on this trail so I highly recommend shoes/boots with good ankle support. Overall fun hike!
Awesome trail. Very little parking, so go early. We arrived at 7:30am and got the last spot. The trail starts out slow and easy, then you hit the mountain and it ascends at a steeper grade. We brought our 15lb dogs (who are in great shape and hike all the time) and they did fine. We were worried about the rocks and their little paws. If it was colder/raining, we definitely would not bring them along as it would be slick and too dangerous for them. The views are outstanding. Will definitely do this hike again.