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Mount Teneriffe Trail

Intermediate/Difficult

Trail

6.7 mile 10.8 kilometer point to point
74% Runnable
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 3,785' 1,154 m
Descent: -201' -61 m
High: 4,675' 1,425 m
Low: 1,002' 305 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 11% (6°)
Max Grade: 49% (26°)

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Trail shared by Vikram Sahney

A great alternative to Mt. Si to avoid some of the crowd!

Vikram Sahney

Features River/Creek · Views · Waterfall

Description

This route is another successful road to trails conversion, which provides a more gentle climb than the Mt. Si Trail and which offers many of the same views. Work your way through second and younger growth forest, past a waterfall, and up to the summit of Mt. Teneriffe. The first 2 miles are gentle before the switchbacks which continue for the next 2 miles before following the ridgeline to the summit. Note that it is also possible to connect this trail to the Mt. Si Trail at about 3,600 ft elevation.

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Jun 25, 2019
Karen Fisher
May 31, 2019
Matt Catallo
I ran up Kamikaze trail and down Mt. Teneriffe trail to make a loop. If you fo up Kamikaze, prepare for 2.5k of gain in 1.5 miles. Killer climb. 11.5mi — 2h 20m
May 8, 2019
Alice Phillips
Mar 10, 2019
Andrea Scott
Tons of snow. Walked up from Mt. Si trailhead. 13.6mi — 4h 28m

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#209

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Approaching the summit of Teneriffe... looking back down the Snoqualmie Valley (Photo Credit: Gavin Woody)
Jul 4, 2018 near Tanner, WA
Rainier from top
Nov 17, 2017 near Tanner, WA

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