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Seven Falls

#12 of 143 things to do in Colorado Springs Features Animals
6 Lake Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
+1 844-528-5604
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Beautiful and exhilarating

This location has so many things to do if you choose to just hike up the road to the balls the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Blake P
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Amazing views

Over the years we've enjoyed going to Seven Falls but this was our first visit since the flood... read more

Reviewed yesterday
carrief495
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Sulphur, Louisiana
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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!
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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6 Lake Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This location has so many things to do if you choose to just hike up the road to the balls the landscape and walk in itself is beautiful ones at the falls there are many vantage points to take in the falls other from the...More

Thank Blake P
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Over the years we've enjoyed going to Seven Falls but this was our first visit since the flood, Broadmoor purchase and remodel. If you drive up to the falls there is a gate that only the shuttles can get through so make sure to stop...More

1  Thank carrief495
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Total rip off! Paid $24 to walk a mile on a paved road to see a waterfall! They say it's 7 waterfalls, if you ask me it's 1 waterfall! Not worth the money.

1  Thank castlebound
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Take this one off your bucket list. Park and take a bus to the ticket station. Pay $14 for adults and $2 to take the tram up and down. Or walk about 3/4 mile to reach the falls platform. $2 is a rip off and...More

Thank LGspartan
Reviewed 3 days ago

Popular visitor attraction. Shuttles available to get from the parking lot to the park. The hike up is paved and stroller friendly. The views are spectacular.

Thank Nancy B
Reviewed 4 days ago

Before the Broadmoor bought it and closed it down to bus only to get in, it was wonderful. Nice places to set if you didn't want to walk around while your waiting on your family. Now you can't even go into the place that used...More

Thank BrianCheryl
Reviewed 5 days ago

My husband, two teen boys and I visited last week. It was quite hot that day, but we still took the mile or so long walk up to the base of the falls. It was very pretty and worth the walk. We stopped to take...More

Thank lauradean
Reviewed 5 days ago

We followed the signs to the free parking area and caught the free shuttle to the Seven Falls Park. A mild gradual incline walk up into the area where the falls are visible, along a creek with lots of wildflowers. The walkway is lit at...More

Thank Ilene W
Reviewed 6 days ago

The seven falls was certainly maintained and a nice attraction. I thought it was a little overrated, as if you couldn't make the climb to the top, really nice place but wasn't much else to do. We took the elevator to the first lookout point...More

1  Thank mrf1153
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

They make it so accessible. Free parking, free shuttle, or you can walk up if you have the stamina. Once you are at the base of the falls, you can have a fabulous lunch. There is an elevator you can ride which goes halfway up...More

3  Thank Carolyn S
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SP_ORD
Hi.. we are planning on visiting the seven falls the 4th of July long weekend. I will have my 3 yr old son and my 80 yr old grandmother with me. Reading the reviews it looks like there is a fair bit of walking to do. Can a senior person with not so good knees do this? She can walk and climb may be 10 steps of stairs but no more than that. I read there is an elevator too?
8 June 2017|
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Response from jest957 | Reviewed this property |
There is a lot of walking. The road to the restaurant at the base of the falls is an easy low grade up hill walk, but for an extra dollar per person, you can take the tram. We did and are glad. Wewalked up to the falls, but... More
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heatherwall14
Two questions: What exactly are you paying for with park admission... $14 just to see the falls and take the steps to the top? My husband will have an infant in a carrier. He is in fairly good shape. Do you think he can handle the steps to the top with baby on board? Thank you!
30 May 2017|
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Response from jest957 | Reviewed this property |
When we were there last month, we came upon a family from France on the upper trail to Inspiration Point. The gentleman had his younger child in a forward child carrier and his elderly parents were with them as well... More
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annetrowbridge136
Do you pay at the Brodemoore or after the shuttle takes you there?
15 May 2017|
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Response from Amber H | Reviewed this property |
You pay after the shuttle drops you off. There is a military discount that is good for during summer hours prices. Winter hours prices are cheaper.
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