The Broadmoor Seven Falls is reopened after two years of closure from flood devastation. Bask in the majesty of Seven Falls, a magnificent series of waterfalls located in a 1,400-foot-tall box canyon and explore everything else that Seven Falls has to offer. From delectable new dining options at the exquisite Restaurant 1858, a gift shop, walking and hiking trails and the optional Broadmoor Soaring Adventure-a thrilling zip line course above Seven Falls! Seven Falls is a dog friendly, walking park with ample, complimentary parking at the Broadmoor Hotel that includes a shuttle directly to the gate of the Park. At night, white, ecofriendly LED lights illuminate the falls for a view not to be forgotten. Please check our website for seasonal hours and park closures. We look forward to welcoming you!
The last time I was at Seven Falls you parked at the falls. We and EVERYONE else on the suttle were a bit frustrated because there was nothing stating that we needed to park and catch the suttle. On top of that the driver did not speak go ENGLISH so we did not understand a thing he said. Aside from that the cost was far to expensive for what you get once you get in the park. Will not go back. As a child it was a wonderful place to come. But since the changes have been made it has ruit the spitit of this place.
Love this place. After we drove up to entrance the park the attendant was very nice told us where to park and to ride shuttle back. Got our tickets and decided to walk the mile incline up to the falls. We took our time and enjoyed taking pictures on our way up. This place is so beautiful. You cab ride the tram up for extra money We went on the elevator and took pictures of the fail then walked to the steps to the falls. I opted to sit and wait and my husband walked up the 248 step to top. The sitting area was shaded and nice place to sit and people watch. The driver told us the Broadmoor Hotel so we walked over here and toured the hotel and ground. It is beautiful We saw deer. great day. Plan to take quests and show them next time we are in town
My fiancé and I spent our spring break exploring Boulder, Denver, and Colorado Springs. Seven Falls was by far the highlight of our vacation. The scenery is incredible and the hiking is easy enough. Definitely worth the $10/person (we went on a weekday, not sure if weekend costs more). Park at the Broadmoor hotel and take the free shuttle to get to the park.
We had a great visit! We parked at the Broadmoor Hotel and took an 8 min complimentary shuttle to the falls (this is the only way to get there). Once we got there, it was $14 for adults and $8 for kids to get into the park. We walked a little less than a mile on an easy paved road, but it was a constant incline. You could also pay $1 to ride the tram. It was a beautiful easy hike. Even just going to the base is awesome, but we climbed the scenic overlook first, which was about 160 steps. There also seemed to be an elevator. The stairs up the actual falls were about 240 steps and once you got to the top there was another 1 mile loop around the scenic overlook. Definitely very pretty and a fun active day. Those steps are no joke in this altitude!
Parking offsite and shuttle to base. Extra fee for team to falls--essential on blazing hot day with kids. Cool site. Clean restroom porta-potty. Need snack shop.
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