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    Teneriffe Falls Trail

    Mount Si Natural Resources Conservation Area, Washington
    Distance1.9mi
    Elevation Gain1,516ft
    Trailhead Elevation2,411ft
    Top2,535ft
    Elevation Min/Max1177/2535ft
    Elevation Start/End2411/2445ft

    Teneriffe Falls Trail

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    Adelaide, WA
    Pathfinder | 91 pts
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    9/13/2009
    Great workout, mediocre trail. It's a very steep road with little variety. What saves this trail is the absolutely stunning views from the top....amazing! It's a long, great workout, but probably not worth a second trip.
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    Purdy, WA
    Pathfinder | 186 pts
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    2/22/2009
    If you take the scrambling route then you will be in for a workout, plus great sceniary including Kamakazie falls a must see if you ask me.
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    Snoqualmie, WA
    Pathfinder | 175 pts
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    2/7/2009
    I am not a big fan of hiking on old logging roads and I think there has to be a different route up than the guide book describes. The nice thing about this mtn is that it there are very few people on it. On a sunny Sat. morning I only saw three other people. I ran into snow at 2700 ft on the logging road. This logging road is steeper than most as the guide book mentions, but not the hike I had hoped for today. Probably a good hike with the family as they can spread out quite a bit across the road.
    I'm rating this hike as a 2 star hike because I just don't like hiking roads (its a preference thing I guess).
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    Trail Information

    Mount Si Natural Resources Conservation Area
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    Mount Si Natural Resources Conservation Area
    Parks
    Dog-friendly
    Accessibility
    Difficult
    Skill Level
    Department of Natural Resources, South Puget Sound Region, Mount Si Natural Resources Conservation Area
    Local Contacts
    Green Trails: Mount Si No. 174, Bandera No. 206
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