The Broadmoor Seven Falls

PrintFor those who want to dive into nature and are looking for attractions in Colorado, The Broadmoor Seven Falls is now open. Take 224 steps up a magnificent series of waterfalls located in a 1,250-foot-wall box canyon. These steps lead to hiking trails and the banks of the glistening streams that feed the 181-foot drop of falling water at the falls. If you’re looking for great sightseeing in Colorado Springs, Seven Falls is the only Colorado waterfall included on National Geographic’s list of international wonders.




The Broadmoor Soaring Adventure

PrintFor those who are seeking adventure, The Broadmoor Soaring Adventure zip-lines are now open. This one-of-a-kind Colorado experience features two thrilling zip-lines. Located outside Seven Falls, The Broadmoor Soaring Adventure consists of 10 zip-lines that range in distance from 250 feet to 1,800 feet as well as moderate hiking, rope bridges, and a rappel that provide stunning views of the canyon. The Woods Course cruises over pines, creeks, valleys, a natural granite arch, Midnight Falls, and the trails leading to the falls. The Fins Course opens early-October and soars above steep drops, unique rock formations and jagged cliffs, and across Seven Falls Canyon.



Restaurant 1858

1858LogoOrangeThe newest Broadmoor dining experience is every bit as unique as its location and setting. The restaurant, named 1858 for the year the Colorado gold rush began, is situated at the newly reimagined and reopened Broadmoor Seven Falls. Surrounded by the area’s extraordinary natural grandeur, the rustic design of 1858 fits into its scenic setting beautifully, featuring hand-hewn stone, reclaimed barn wood and large wooden beams. This uniquely Colorado theme is carried through in the interior décor and menu. Entrée selections feature sustainably raised meats, including the 1858 Mixed Grill with Eagles Nest Ranch quail, bison roast, venison sausage, black pepper roasted garlic spaetzle, and summer pole beans; and Slow Roasted Prime Rib with roasted potatoes, garden vegetables, and butter popover. Guests can also enjoy Colorado Rocky Mountain Trout prepared in a variety of ways. 1858 can accommodate up to 100 guests in the main dining area; patio and bar seating is also available.

Hours of operation vary during seasonal hours. Please contact reservations before dining at (844) 843-1858 to ensure reservation times are available.

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