Kamikaze/Teneriffe Falls is a 5.8 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near North Bend, Washington that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and mountain biking and is best used from October until June. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Hike to a fantastically steep and unusual waterfall near Mt. Si in WA state.
I took my dog up on a Tuesday in late February. It was very quiet. We only saw a handful of people, which was perfect. We arrived around 11am and got back to the car at about 2:30pm. The views were spectacular. We stopped quite a few times to enjoy in awe. There was a heavy hail storm and then steady snow fall up at the switchbacks. We also got some nice sun. Lots of weather conditions, which made things exciting. The falls were beautiful. The top was a little underwhelming but I thought it was still worth the hike. The rocks at the switchbacks are precarious, especially when wet, so good shoes are strongly suggested. Overall it was a beautiful and relaxing hike. I would recommend!
This was my first hike and it was wonderful! Went during the week. Parking not a problem, saw no one on the way up and 2 people on the way down. Very rocky on the last mile on the way up. Beautiful views throughout the hike and your hiking up parts of the rivers. Truly beautiful and exhilarating. Pole or walking stick recommend for walk down as rocks are slippery.
Great hike with a stunning waterfall! Hike is rather difficult as it's rocky and can be slippy so take care. There are some great views on the way up of Rattlesnake and the surrounding valley. Giving it 4 stars as the parking lot can get far too crowded. Better to start early or around lunchtime like I did.
The falls are really cool! This is a popular hike, though, and the parking lot is quite small. I would recommend going early in the morning to beat the crowds. The hike itself is not terribly strenuous, but will still get your heart going.
Great first trail to introduce our friend to the Northwest! Some ice on the trail but avoidable.
Be prepared for snow/ice terrain, beautiful once you get to the waterfall well worth it!
Went after several days of rain in mid-November, so the Falls was beautiful. It was a pretty walk with lots of rocky switchbacks about halfway. The lower half is very easy and level. This is an easy hike but need to watch footing on slippery rocks. The point at the end of the trail where you view the falls is quite steep and worrisome if you have kids. Need to hold onto kids hands so they don't fall. No bathrooms at trailhead and minimal parking.
Great hike. Decided to do this in the rain, and it paid off. Soggy and a little cold, but the most accumulations throughout the valley when seen from various vantage points were breathtaking.
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