RATING - 22.0
This waterfall can be seen through the trees from the Heliotrope Ridge Trail as it heads up towards Kulshan Falls. A closer view can be had by crossing Kulshan Creek just downstream from Kulshan Falls and then climbing up and across the steep hillside to the canyon.
I named the falls in honor of John Tennant who was one of the first people to summit Mt. Baker, along with Edmund Coleman.
VR - 2.0 (Small)
HR - 6.0
SR - 10/20
TYPE OF APPROACH - Bushwhack
DIFFICULTY - Fairly Difficult
LOCATION - Heliotrope Ridge Trail
TYPE - Cascades
HEIGHT - 153'
WIDTH - 10'
Follow the directions to Rock Gnome Falls. Continue
along the trail for another 1/8 of a mile as it climbs up towards Kulshan
Falls. The falls can be seen through the trees from a switchback in
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