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Teneriffe Falls via Mount Si Trailhead is a 6.2 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near North Bend, Washington that features a waterfall and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, and nature trips and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 6.2 mi Elevation gain 2,004 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Hiking Nature trips Running Forest River Views Waterfall Wild flowers Rocky Scramble Snow
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Located close to Mount Si, this trail leads to the fantastically steep and unusual Teneriffe Falls (formerly known as Kamikaze Falls). Please note that the trail is often covered in snow and difficult to trek through much of the year.

Please note that the trail is often covered in snow and difficult to trek through much of the year. Discover Pass is required.

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Alexander Lesher
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I really enjoyed it. this was a good loop with some challenging parts in it. The second half of the loop was significantly easier and not just because it was primarily downhill. as some other people have said do watch the trail when it splits off. It can get quite confusing. Make sure to download the map before you go.

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Issa Tecle
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misleading route

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Justin H
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Hiking

Was really easy to miss the connector which was somewhat overgrown and hard to make sure we stayed on trail. was fortunate that we had service the whole time so it's easy to cross reference this map. Arrived at the trailhead at 9:30 a.m. Saturday morning and still had plenty of parking

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Chris S
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Hiking

Nice loop, some sections are definitely 'off the beaten path' so need to keep an eye on the map. Very little water coming down the falls though.

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Victor Aguilar
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Mary Flinders
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Awesome but I wouldn’t recommend climbing Kamakazi trail to Mt. Teneriffe. It’s very steep and the trail is difficult to follow in some places. Plus that trail doesn’t seem to be maintained by DNR.

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Neo Ahead
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Rachael Hines
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Skyler Camphouse
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I recommend this trail when the falls are still frozen. A waterfall is great, but a frozen waterfall is magical.

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Rita Q
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Savannah Woods
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Alright just did this bad boy today 6/2/2020. It was sooo pretty! So we ended up doing 9 miles. It gets super narrow and super easy to miss where you turn. When you’re going up the trail when you see all the small trees flattened to the ground do not go that way. We went that way ended up an extra two miles down some super slippery slope we both fell and were confused. Other hikers we ran into Said that it happens all the time so we ended up going in a loop but we didn’t give up we just went back to it and made the Sharp right turn right before the flattened trees. It gets really really rocky so good shoes and bring the bug spray. The falls were STUNNING!!!!!!! Huge giant waterfall which was a really nice reward. The hike is rated hard, I didn’t think it was to hard. We got a great work out in but I would rate it more on the moderate level VS hard! All in all good work out, lucky views and sooooo many pretty flowers and a awesome waterfall! Hope my mistake helps others :)

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Sean Dallas
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HikingMuddyRocky

Great hike imo. Very narrow in parts but I like that so. Hard is a good descriptive

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Robert Herzog
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I went clock wise on 5/27 and found the trails up to the falls are less rocky then the downhill once, but the Tenneriffe Falls Connector trail is narrow. I thought I lost it but then saw hikers not 40 feet away across a creek zig zagging up to the falls. It would be difficult to find going counter clockwise. The Roaring Creek Trail was muddy and overgrown in some sections.

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Jenny Willey
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Did this hike on 5/9/20 not long after the state parks reopened. We got a later start and arrived with the parking lot full at 10am. But the early hikers were coming down and a few cars were coming out so we found a spot. Restrooms were open but not supplied with toilet paper, so come prepared if you need to use these. We got to hike the whole trail by ourselves...meaning, there weren’t groups behind us or in front of us. Of course there’s the occasional stepping off the side to let the down traffic through. About 45 minutes in the trail becomes pretty narrow. It was a fun trail some switch backs, when you think you made it to the top there’s a little place where some people would sit and have their snack with a good view of the fall. However, I had my boxer with me and decided not to take him to the next 100ft as it’s a bit steep and heard it was kinda packed. Have fun if you chose to go on it.

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Victoria Leslie
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did last week. was going to only do the falls but at the split we decided to do Si too. the falls and Si ended up being 12 miles. great fun hike.

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Bridget Kuehn
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Rockier than expected. Great hike and workout. Watch clocked a bit longer than 6 miles (closer to 8 miles for us). Got to the trailhead at 8am and had plenty of spaces to park. Left around 12PM.

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Taylor Larsen
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HikingMuddyRocky

Great trail but very rocky. Wear good shoes!

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Hugo Solomon
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Terrific conditions - decided to go for a solo hike since the state parks have begun to reopen - a decent amount of people on the trail, but otherwise great visibility and workout towards the top. I’d watch out for the bugs/rocky parts though.

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Logan Weber
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Great hike! It was dry except for a few muddy spots. There are a few rocky sections as well so be prepared for that. Waterfall was pretty cool. I’d recommend seeing this waterfall in the spring before it runs slower later in the summer.

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Matt Leopold
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Sunlight hit the falls just as I arrived! Beautiful. Little mud here and there otherwise perfect trail and conditions to hike in!!! Will do this hike again.

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Jeff Jamba
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The connecting trail after the falls doesn’t exist (maybe super outdoorsy type could pick up trail, but it appeared to be nothing to use). So couldn’t do loop which would have been about 6 miles; instead about 9 miles there and back. That’s why I am rating it a two because it shouldn’t be listed this way. The falls are super cool though, so if you want to see them just use the Teneriffe parking and use that trailhead. Also note that there is quite a bit of loose rock on the trail as you near the falls so I would highly recommend bringing poles.

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