The Broadmoor Seven Falls in Colorado Springs

The Broadmoor Seven Falls in Colorado Springs is a series of seven cascading waterfalls, reaching a total height of 181 feet.


Seven Falls in Colorado Springs is the only waterfall in Colorado to make National Geographic's list of international waterfalls. Visitors can view the scenic wonder of Seven Falls from either the top of the 224 step staircase or from the Eagle’s Nest viewing platform, which can be accessed via elevator. In the evenings, the falls are beautifully illuminated.

Admission Rates and Details:

  • Entrance Fee for Adults: Ages 13+ years – $15.50
  • Entrance Fee for Seniors and Military (with ID) - $12.75
  • Entrance Fee for Children: Ages 2 – 12 years – $9.50
  • Children under 2 years of age are FREE
  • Group rates are available with restrictions.
  • Reservations for the Soaring Adventure are separate from park admission. There is a separate fee for the Soaring Adventure.
  • Dogs are allowed in the park with leashes required.

Tickets can be purchased here. 

How long does it take to hike Seven Falls?

Most visitors spend between two and three hours exploring the falls and on-site gift shop, dining options, and additional trails.

Is parking available?

Patrons must park at 1045 Lower Gold Camp Rd located at Norris Penrose Event Center. Parking and shuttle transportation is complimentary; all Seven Falls and 1858 patrons will park at 1045 Lower Gold Camp Rd. Please note: There is no parking at South Cheyenne Canyon Park for Seven Falls patrons.

Is Seven Falls dog-friendly?

Yes, you may bring your pup along for the adventure. Be sure to keep your dog leashed at all times.

Is there a tram or an elevator on-site?

For visitors who need assistance traveling from the ticket booth to the base of the falls, there is a tram service for $2 per person. There is also an elevator for guests who are not able to take the stairs. The elevator takes you to the Eagle’s Nest observation platform for an amazing view of the falls.

What other activities can I enjoy near the falls?

There are two hiking trails for visitors to explore. Inspiration Point Trail offers a one-mile out-and-back hike to a lookout with views of Colorado Springs and takes about an hour to complete. Midnight Falls Trail is a shorter hike and takes about 30 minutes to complete.

What dining options are available?

Enjoy an award-winning meal at Restaurant 1858, a fine-dining, Broadmoor restaurant with patio seating. It will be open daily as the park is open for both lunch and dinner. Reservations are recommended. There are also additional casual dining options available including a food truck and a snack bar.

What are the hours of operation?

February 8 - February 28, 2019:

  • Fridays & Saturdays - 9am-8pm
  • Sundays - 9am-5pm

March 1 - April 25, 2019:

  • Sundays-Thursdays - 9am-5pm
  • Fridays & Saturdays - 9am-8pm

April 26 - November 2, 2019

  • Open Daily - 9am-8pm

November 3 - November 26, 2019:

  • CLOSED Monday-Thursday
  • Fridays & Saturdays - 9am-8pm
  • Sundays - 9am-5pm

November 27 - December 1, 2019

  • Open Daily - 9am-8pm

December 1 - December 19, 2019

  • CLOSED Monday-Thursday
  • Fridays & Saturdays - 9am-8pm
  • Sundays: 9am-5pm

December 20, 2019 - January 1, 2020:

  • Open Daily 9am - 8pm
  • CLOSED Christmas Day (12/25/19)

What are the names of The Broadmoor Seven Falls?

The falls are named: Bridal Veil, Feather, Hill, Hull, Ramona, Shorty, and Weimer.

What is the history behind The Broadmoor Seven Falls?

The history of Seven Falls in Colorado dates back to 1872, when a man named Nathaniel Colby inhabited the 160 acres that included the present-day Seven Falls and South Cheyenne Cañon. He sold the land to the Colorado Springs Land Company for $1,000. In 1882 James Hull purchased the property for $1,300. Mr. Hull was an environmentalist who was disturbed to find the scenic splendor of the canyon being threatened by people chopping down the surrounding forest for its lumber.

Hull was also a businessman, and he understood the value of the property as a scenic destination and began to improve it by constructing a road through the canyon to the Seven Falls in Colorado Springs and building a stairway along the side of the Falls. He installed a toll gate at the foot of the canyon and proceeded to do business. Back then, a local entrepreneur paid Hull $500 for the privilege of taking passengers by carriages, burros and horses to the Falls for 25 cents each. Business flourished and Seven Falls in Colorado Springs became a prominent attraction.

For more information, visit The Broadmoor Seven Falls website. Don’t forget to order the Pikes Peak region’s FREE Vacation Planner.