Seven Falls

Colorado Springs, CO

Where are we going?

Seven Falls
2850 S Cheyenne Canyon Rd
Colorado Springs
CO 80906
USA

719-632-0765

What is there to do?

Are you ready to discovery why Seven Falls is the ONLY waterfall in the state of Colorado to have a place on National Geographic's list of International Waterfalls?

Colorado Springs is a beautifully diverse place. Behind you, you can see the prairies extend for miles. Ahead of you, the foothills rise abruptly, and then you enter South Cheyenne Canyon, where you will find one of the most famous natural beauties in the state - Seven Falls.

Dubbed the "Grandest Mile of Scenery in Colorado", the approach to Seven Falls is an adventure in itself, with crystal clear waters, and a steep walled enclosed canyon that's symbolic of the American West.

Past the iconic Pillars of Hercules, you reach the falls and can marvel at their 181ft drop across the granite rock faces. You best have your camera for this!

Of course, a visit to Seven Falls is so much more than just a waterfall, it's an adventure!

You can take the 224 steps that lead down the falls to the hiking trails, and explore nature even more. You can even challenge yourselves in the Soaring Adventures zipline tours, an additional cost to your Seven Falls adventure, where you find yourselves ABOVE the waterfall!

A simply stunning spot out in Colorado Springs, where nature really just couldn't get any better!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $10

Children: $5 (Ages 2 to 12)

Free Under: 2 years

LAST UPDATED 2018

Need a little extra help?

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 move all guests throughout the park. Tram: $2 per person.

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When can we go?

9am open. Close varies between 5pm and 8pm so check online.

Closed January, some major holidays, and some weekdays from Feb to April, and November/December, so check online before you visit for specifics

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Any top tips?

Ensure you go prepared, especially if you're hiking, so take comfortable clothes, sun protection, snacks, water and know where you are going on the trails!

I’m Hungry!

The nearby Broadmoor Hotel has plenty of dining options for the family, with multiple restaurants and cafes serving a range of dishes from steak, seafood, prime ribs, Italian and more!

Healthy Eating

Take bottled water with you!

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