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Teneriffe Falls (Kamikaze Falls), Mount Si (old trail)

Mar 10, 2013

by Maxim K last modified Mar 11, 2013 01:09 PM
Type of Outing
Day hike
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Hike: Teneriffe Falls (Kamikaze Falls)
Region: Snoqualmie Pass -- North Bend Area
Agency: Washington Department of Natural Resources
Avg Rating: 5.00
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Hike: Mount Si - Old Trail
Region: Snoqualmie Pass -- North Bend Area
Agency: Department of Natural Resources
Avg Rating: 4.60
Hiking Companions
Hiked with a dog
Be Aware Of
Snow on trail
Old Si trail have just a little bit of snow on upper part, but it is slippery on the morning. Trails to Blowdown & Teneriffe under deep snow, so be careful in you navigation.

We descent from Teneriffe via Kamikaze Falls trail, trail is steep have a lot of snow and hard to follow
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Clarification

Posted by JHO at Mar 11, 2013 01:09 PM
Our group hiked to Teneriffe Falls from the Teneriffe Falls trailhead on March 10th. To be clear on the previous post, there is no snow on the kamikaze falls trail from the trailhead to the falls.

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