Colorado's Most Majestic Waterfall
CLOSED FOR THE 2023 SEASON
Congrats, Edison Elementary!
The favorite chipmunk of visitors this summer was Lily, designed by third graders of Edison Elementary! We thank and congratulate all the schools who participated in our mascot art project. Every chipmunk was creative and a delight for visitors.
HOURS & RATES
There are so many ways to experience the spectacular natural wonder that is Seven Falls. We now offer ticket sales online! Get your advance tickets now.
Restaurant 1858 operates during Park hours for a la carte lunch & dinner. The cuisine takes inspiration from the region’s traditional heritage of early frontier cooking to create a seasonal menu of uniquely Colorado dishes.
Visit - Plan Your Visit
The only waterfall in Colorado on National Geographic's list of International Waterfalls, and one of the state's most captivating natural wonders, Seven Falls is the star attraction, but the journey along the way is full of show-stopping moments.
Discover - A Treasured Piece of Colorado Springs History
Seven Falls is a magnificent series of waterfalls located in a 1,250-foot-walled box canyon between the towering Pillars of Hercules. Take in stunning valleys and striking rock formations as you climb the challenging 224 steps to the hiking trails and the banks of glistening streams that feed the falls.
Stay & Play - Some Visit Colorado's Icons, Others Stay in Them
Your Seven Falls experience doesn't have to begin or end inside the canyon, because here you're connected to the legendary Broadmoor resort and endless possibilities for adventure and exploration.
Behind you the prairies extend for hundreds of dry miles to the east. Ahead, the foothills rise abruptly, divided by winding streams that have carved out verdant valleys. Enter South Cheyenne Canyon and you find yourself immersed in Colorado's famous natural beauty at Seven Falls.
ABOUT THE PARK
Seven Falls has been a staple of the Pikes Peak Region since 1883, when the first visitors were charged a toll of 10 cents to visit the park by road. Today, it’s an important part of the heritage of the Western United States. It’s historic. It’s moving. It’s a journey in and of itself.