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Teneriffe Falls via Mount Teneriffe Trail is a 5.4 mile heavily 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 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 5.4 mi Elevation gain 1,610 ft Route type Out & Back
Dogs on leash Hiking Nature trips Forest River Views Waterfall Wild flowers Muddy Rocky
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Please note that the waterfall is best seen during the spring months. Additionally, the trail is often covered in snow and difficult to trek through much of the year. Discover Pass is required.

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Completed (1950)
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Vasu C
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HikingRocky

Thanks to all the rain we got a smoke free day. So we went to checkout this waterfall. But there is no water left on the waterfall as its completely dry. But still the day was good one to hike . Very few people on the trail today . The trail is in good condition , it starts very gentle and picks up to a good workout. The last mile or so is very rocky and can be slippery in rain. Google maps took us to a different trailhead 0.3 miles away which is closed currently, so we followed WTA directions. This trail starts at Mount Teneriffie trailhead and splits later on.

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Rebecca LaChappelle
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Abhinav Sharma
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Hiking

Nice trail. Best thing about it. Not much people. Slightly Rocky at the end. And do not forget to download all trails maps, and use it while hiking. One can easily wander off route

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Miles Ewing
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Walking

Rocky at the top

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Jiani Qi
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Hiking

Some rocky switchbacks at the end, and the total distance of the switchbacks are longer than they appear on the all trail map. There are also a couple spots at the switchbacks where it is hard to follow the trail. Hiked on Thursday 9/3/20. Not a drop of water at the fall location.

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Hyunsung Kim
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Hiking

Direction was little but hard to follow Rock mountain Good work out trail

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William Zayas
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HikingGreat!

It was cool, never saw a waterfall but the view at the top was beautiful; I saw a hummingbird being super cute

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Timothy Johnson
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Hiking

8/24/2020 10:59am. Great workout, unfortunately there is not a drop of water

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Kristen Lovene McCamey
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HikingOff trailOver grownRocky

Decent hike, but probably would not do it again. Round trip, the trek is exactly 6 miles. After the third Teneriffe Falls sign, the wide and well maintained trail gets very rocky and a lot steeper. Easily doable without sticks. However, the trail does go off into various other trails around this point. I found myself wandering off into 2-3 other trails by accident. So, be wary of that and follow the trails that have the jagged rocks. Once I got to approximately 3.1 miles (the fall), I saw that the entire water source has dried up. That was a bummer, but still a good work out. Lots of shade, moderate elevation gain, and not too many other people after 5pm. Be mindful that they lock the parking gates at 8pm. I recommend one of the other surrounding trails nearby over this particular trek, but that’s just me :)

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Isabel Ciuca
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HikingRocky

"Teneriffe Trickle" = Falls are dried up. Rocky, dry suggest you wear hiking boots

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Samantha Schultz
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It was difficult on the switch backs...but other than that a great work out. However, the falls were dried up, so in the end there wasn’t that satisfaction of working that hard to get to the end :(

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Aaron M.
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HikingRocky

Falls were not much more than a trickle as other reviews warned. Still a good quick workout. Wide trail and easy incline until a right turn up a fairly rocky trail leading to several switchbacks and the falls. I’d consider coming back to go all the way on to Mount Teneriffe from the falls, but maybe in the early spring in order to see more water on the falls.

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Jennifer Keener
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Hiking

No water in the falls. Got a bit turned around. Had lots of fun

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Aaron Lamson
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Hiking

the first mile an a half is nice an easy pretty wide an not too many rocks in the pathway, then the last mile in a half is nothing but much bigger rocks as the pathway an becomes very narrow not many places to go to the side to rest, the falls itself wasn't that impressive as the last time I was here.

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Kuldeep Singh
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Hiking

Good for hiking, however, if you are going for fall, then You will be disappointed...

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Cam Brand
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Hiking

Like everyone has mentioned VERY rocky but otherwise beautiful. The walls were moderate (not too dry, not very big either). Really enjoyed it.

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Li Ni
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HikingRocky

The last 0.7 mile is rocky and steep. The waterfall has no enough water to make a fall, due to the dry days recently.

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Ira Kaul
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Hiking

Great walk though too many rocks

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Nayeli Martinez
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Katya Finegold
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An Ok hike, wouldn't go again in the summer, since the waterfall was almost completely dry. Not really worth the drive from Seattle. Shady easy trail, lots of people, but no problem with parking.

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Jan Caraang
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HikingGreat!
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Emily Jaeger
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HikingGreat!
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Liz Penning
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Alex Lee
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Hiking

oh my goodness. I have never seen so much trash and doggy bags on a trail. PLEASE pack it in, pack it out. this isn't a dump.

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Robert Friesel
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Our recorded mileage was slightly longer than the estimate but who knows. Trail was well-maintained and not too crowded — even for a beautiful weekend in the midst of all this COVID stuff. Some of the switchbacks were a little confusing and we wound up off-trail at least once. Nevertheless, the falls were a wonderful place to enjoy our lunch, and our boys (8 & 12) managed the hike like champs.

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Maggie Shipley
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Ashton Roark
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