The Broadmoor Seven Falls
102 locals recommend ·
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Beautiful, nice to drive to for a view if you have those that can't hike. But nice hike others can do up the falls.
Yet another site I've yet to see, but very excited to go with Rick when he comes out here to live in our happy home.
Okay, so "the falls" are not actually that spectacular.....but, it is still a super cool place to visit! Nice restaurant on site, as well - more of a special occasion type experience.
A very inspiring waterfall formation tucked up into the Cheyenne Canyon. Easy and beautiful hike that has been updated and maintained by the Broadmoor. A restaurant near the falls serves a full menu with local craft beer.
Set behind the Broadmoor Hotel in the mountain, climb the steps and check out the scenic views and the falls to really appreciate the beauty of the area.
Seven Falls is a walking park. From the ticket booth to the base of Seven Falls is .8 of a mile walking on a paved road at a mild incline. There is a tram inside the park for guests that are physically unable to walk up to the base of the falls; however, please note that this tram is not intended to…
Truly a feast for the eyes. Access is through a narrow valley which has been completely re-forrested and restored since the flooding a few years ago - visitors can walk up to the falls, or take the tram. Visit in the afternoon, viewing the falls in daylight, then enjoyed a trout dinner at the 1858…
As the name suggests this park features seven natural waterfalls. It even offers a large stair case to climb next to the main waterfall. While the Garden of the Gods is the most visited spot, we feel the Seven Falls is the prettier of the two.
This is a beautiful sight at night. Seven waterfalls lit up in seven different colors
Take a shuttle from the Broadmoor to get into Seven Falls, climb the steep stairs around The Falls, hike around the top and come back for a high-end meal in an intimate, mountin lodge environment at 1858 Restaurant. A great late afternoon to mid-evening trip you'll remember.
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