Broadmoor Seven Falls is a series of seven cascading waterfalls of South Cheyenne Creek in South Cheyenne Cañon, Colorado Springs, Colorado. It has been a privately-owned tourist attraction since it was opened in the early 1880s.
There is no parking at Seven Falls. Complementary round trip shuttle service is provided from the Norris Penrose Event Center. Trails from the top of the falls lead to Midnight Falls, near the headwaters of South Cheyenne Creek, and Inspiration Point.
Take a moment to catch your breath on the patio of Restaurant 1858, overseen by the award-winning chefs of the Broadmoor. Enjoy Colorado cuisine like wood-grilled steak and trout. (Reservations recommended.) You can also try their food at the 1858 food truck, which has a top-notch seasonal menu of easy-to-eat meals that will fill you up for more fun.
The area sustained a significant flood in September 2013, which forced Seven Falls to close until restoration was complete in 2015. There is no parking at Seven Falls. Complementary round trip shuttle service is provided from the Norris Penrose Event Center. Trails from the top of the falls lead to Midnight Falls, near the headwaters of South Cheyenne Creek, and Inspiration Point.
Seven Falls is located in Colorado Springs along the Front Range.It is in a natural box canyon in South Cheyenne Cañon.The entrance to the canyon is about 4.5 miles (7.2 km) southwest of downtown Colorado Springs on Cheyenne Boulevard.The South Cheyenne Cañon road to Seven Falls has been called "The Grandest Mile of Scenery" in Colorado.
Located less than one mile from The Broadmoor, Seven Falls is one of Colorado’s most captivating natural wonders. The only waterfall in the state on National Geographic's list of International Waterfalls, and often called “The Grandest Mile of Scenery in Colorado," Seven Falls is situated in a 1,250-foot-wall box canyon between the towering Pillars of Hercules. Take in stunning valleys, striking rock formations and golden prairies as you climb the challenging 224 steps to the hiking trails and the banks of glistening streams that feed the falls, and its 181-foot drop of falling water.
“The Grandest Mile of Scenery” is but the entryway to seven cascading mountain waterfalls at Seven Falls in Colorado Springs.Thrill seekers who visit Seven Falls won’t just find visual excitement, there is much more fun to be had! For hikers, two unique trails offer you different views of the falls, with both a long (1 hour) and short (30 minutes) option. If you don’t want to stray too far from the falls, you can get your steps in on the 224-step stairway along the falls.
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