With the lack of snow this is easy to get to the falls (no snow) and for those with the ambition you can get to 4200 feet which there is no snow. And to the top at 4900' just with micro-spikes will do given low snow..
|At the falls @ Gillian Wilkes|
|On the way up it is steep @ George Mead|
|View at 4000' from outcrop @ Michael Fagin|
|Almost at top @ George Mead|
Driving directions: From I-90, take exit 31 and go north to North Bend Way (less than mile) and turn right. Then go to Mt. Si. road and turn left (north) on SE Mt Si Road. In approximately 3.5 miles (past the Little Si and Mt Si trailheads), you will reach a small parking area on the left (directly across from 480th Ave). This is known as the school bus turnaround, and, if you are parking here on school days, park close to the gate.
Trail directions: Hike about 1 mile and turn right on an unmarked old road at waypoint N47.29.667 W 121.42.410 at 1215 feet. Then at the 2 mile point of your hike at junction keep to right and follow new trail. At 3 miles you will find waterfalls. Total mile is 3 one way and 1400 foot gain. To go to the top of Teneriffe that top is at about 4800' and so you go another 3400' and it is straight up.
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