Experience the exhilaration of Seven Falls with a high-flying adventure that propels you across “The Grandest Mile of Scenery in Colorado”. Located in the secluded South Cheyenne Canyon, The Broadmoor Soaring Adventure consists of 10 zip lines (divided between two courses) that range in distance from 300 feet to 1,800 feet as well as moderate hiking, rope bridges, and a controlled 180-foot rappel that offers stunning views of the waterfalls and the canyon below.
A 15-minute “ground school” allows our expert guides to fit each guest with harnesses, helmets and gloves as well as provide instructions on how to safely navigate the course. You’ll also encounter Indiana-Jones-style suspensions bridges, scenic hiking trails, and incredible views along the way. Soaring Adventure is a truly unforgettable way to experience one of Colorado’s natural marvels.
To ensure the Soaring Adventure would allow guests to experience the beauty of Seven Falls with minimal impact to the environment, The Broadmoor partnered with Bonsai Design, an industry leader in creating aerial adventures. Together, we have created an unforgettable Colorado Adventure that allows visitors to experience the beauty of Seven Falls like never before!
Contact Broadmoor Outfitters to make your reservation at: 719-471-6168
Expiration: October 31, 2020 *Please review restrictions:
Soaring Adventure is limited to 8 people per tour, per hour.
Weight restrictions are between 90 and 250 pounds.
Participants must wear closed toe shoes where toes are covered in one solid enclosure, such as tennis or hiking shoes. Five Fingered Vibram shoes have each toe enclosed but they are separated; therefore, they are not acceptable.
Most of our zip lines are in the sun, so sunscreen and sunglasses are advisable.
Small pouches are available for wallets, cell phones, keys, etc. in case you want to bring them on the zip lines.
Large cameras or backpacks can be brought to Seven Falls Park, but are not allowed on the course itself. Guests traveling with bulky items will have them transported to the end of the course by our ground support staff, where you can pick them up for the rest of your explorations within Seven Falls.
No outside food or beverages permitted inside the park; however, dining is available at Restaurant 1858. Additionally, snacks and bottled water can be purchased at the Seven Falls Shop.
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