The Ultimate Guide To The Broadmoor Seven Falls
Located in Broadmoor, is Colorado’s most majestic waterfall, the Seven Falls. It’s is one of Colorado’s most captivating natural wonders; the Seven Falls is a series of seven cascading waterfalls of the South Cheyenne Creek. Every fall, of the Seven Falls, has a name: Bridal Veil, Feather, Hill, Hull, Ramona, Shorty, and Weimer. This is a privately-owned tourist attraction that opened in the early 1880s.
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Entrance fee: $12 per adult ticket is good for entry and re-entry any time during the purchased day.
Parking: Offsite parking at 1045 Lower Gold Camp Rd located at Norris Penrose Event Center.
Shuttle: Complimentary shuttles to and from the Seven Falls.
Trail: From the Gate to the base of the Seven Falls, it’s a 0.8-mile walk, one way.
Viewing Seven Falls from the top: There are two options (1) 224 step staircase that takes you to the top or (2) Eagle’s Nest viewing platform, which can be accessed via an elevator.
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