Seven Falls

Broadmoor Seven Falls

A natural wonder that's more than a waterfall!

6 Lake Avenue, Colorado Springs, 80906 // View Map
719.476.6708 //
Hours: See below 2017 hours

Fast Facts


After extensive renovations and the addition of a fine dining restaurant, 1858 and a zip line course, The Broadmoor’s Soaring Adventure, Seven Falls is back and better than ever!

Parking is free of charge; parking is located at the Broadmoor Hotel on the corner of First Street and Lake Avenue with shuttle service to the Park. There is a separate fee for the Soaring Adventure. Dogs are allowed in the park with leashes required.

Restaurant 1858 is a fine dining, Broadmoor restaurant with patio seating. It will be open daily as the park is open for both lunch and dinner. Reservations recommended.


Seasonal Hours Hours
November 28, 2016 – March 2, 2017 Friday & Saturday
CLOSED Monday through Thursday.
Park Hours: 9 am to 8 pm
1858 Hours: Lunch: 11 am to 5pm | Dinner: 5pm to 8pm
Park Hours:  9 am to 5 pm
1858 Hours:  11 am to 4 pm
March 3 – April 13, 2017 Sunday – Thursday:
Park Hours: 9 am to 5 pm
1858 Hours: 11 am to 4 pm
Friday & Saturday:
Park Hours: 9 am to 8 pm
1858 Hours: Lunch: 11 am to 4 pm; Dinner: 5 pm to 8pm


Park Admission: $14.00 per adult | $8.00 per child | Children under 2 years old are free of charge.
Soaring Adventure
  • $135 plus tax and gratuity for the Woods Course
  • $149 plus tax and gratuity for the Fins Course
  • $235 plus tax and gratuity for the four-hour adventure (both courses)


The Broadmoor’s Seven Falls is located close to the Broadmoor Hotel on the West side of Colorado Springs. Follow these directions or enter 25 S. First Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80906 into your GPS or Phone TO GET TO THE PARKING LOT.

Driving Directions from Downtown Colorado Springs:
– From Tejon Street, turn West on Cheyenne Boulevard, just south of downtown Colorado Springs.
– Follow Cheyenne 2.5 miles until it forks.
– Bear left onto S Cheyenne Rd. and – despite the spectacular scenery – you can’t miss us.


Fast Facts

  • Nestled in a beautiful, Colorado box canyon
  • Access to two beautiful hiking trails a top the Falls
  • Take an in-mountain elevator to the "Eagles Nest" platform
  • Self-guided audio tours
  • Free scavenger hunt and activity book for kids


  • Natural Outdoor Attraction (sturdy shoes advised)
  • Walk the 224 steps alongside the Falls to the top
  • Bring your camera for amazing pictures
  • Wear comfortable shoes if you plan to hike
  • Take the mountain elevator for a spectacular view


It has been called the “Grandest Mile of Scenery in Colorado”. Located in South Cheyenne Canon, Seven Falls cascades 181 feet in seven distinct steps down a solid cliff of pikes peak granite. Crystal clear water from the southern-most edges of the Pikes Peak watershed have, over the ages, carved this unique scenic masterpiece in an easily accessed location.

Two ways up!

Climb the stairs

Next to the Falls, a 224-step stairway leads to a system of trails that will take you to “Midnight Falls” and then onto Inspiration Point with a breath-taking view of Colorado Springs and the great plains beyond. Wildlife is everywhere, including hummingbirds, rainbow trout and the rare, waterfall nesting- American Dipper.

Take the Mountain Elevator

Blasted 14 stories straight up through solid granite, a mountain elevator safely transports all who venture here to the “Eagles Nest” observation platform, where the most spectacular view of Seven Falls is experienced.


Seven Falls has two beautiful hiking trails that are open from May through October. These quick hikes give you a chance to immerse yourself in Colorado’s mountain landscape while enjoying our unparalleled scenery and wildlife. Be advised that the trails do close at 7pm and during inclement weather. Please plan your descent accordingly.


Frequently asked questions

Is there more to see and do than just the waterfalls?

Hiking, dining, shopping, exhibits and Native American Dancing are all part of the incredible experience that is Seven Falls!

Do we have to hike up the stairs to see the waterfalls?

We have an in-mountain elevator for guests who are unable or would rather now take the stairs.

Are there activities for kids to enjoy?

Children love the Native American dancing in the summer! There’s also a scavenger hunt and free activity book for our young patrons. Plus, gorgeous natural surroundings for them to explore!


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