Seven Bridges Trail, Colorado Springs

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Hiking Trail · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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  • Was able to come here and enjoy the beauty of nature. They had a staircase with an elevator that looked good but chose the stairs by the waterfall. It was a tough climb to the first landing but... 
    Was able to come here and enjoy the beauty of nature. They had a staircase with an elevator that looked good but chose the stairs by the waterfall. It was a tough climb to the first landing but...  more »
  • Be prepared that you have to walk almost a mile before you get to the steps to climb up to the falls. The walk is worth it as there is lots of natural beauty on the way. The hike up the steps is... 
    Be prepared that you have to walk almost a mile before you get to the steps to climb up to the falls. The walk is worth it as there is lots of natural beauty on the way. The hike up the steps is...  more »
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  • I’m not as athletic so this hike kicked my butt getting through the seven bridges because of the inclines BUT it was worth it! It was easier going down :)! It took about an hour and a half to get to the seventh bridge from the parking lot and about 40 minutes to get back down to the parking lot. We took stops along the way from the parking lot to the entrance because it was so hot with the gravel road. Once you enter the entrance there is a little more shade so it feels a lot cooler. I would do this hike again just for the sounds of the creek while your hiking along it. :)
  • Amazing hike! 3.5 mile with about 900 feet of elevation change, loved the views, and the sound of rushing water was a lovely addition to the hike. The thin air for sure humbled me, I'm used to hiking the Appalachians, but even being pretty out of shape I got this hike done, so it's accessable to a broad range of people. Large parking area with a portable restroom. Would highly recommend.

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