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Nice place to have a come and a picnic! Note that all grills have been taken out so you need to bring sandwiches or of the sorts. Some of the trails are harder than others but a beautiful place to see and relax for the...More
We could not believe there wasn’t even a parking fee to visit this gorgeous park. It is very well maintained and the wooden and metal rails were a huge help hiking up Helen Hunt Falls this winter. It was worth the short, but steep, hike!
Golly it had been a long time since we've been up Cheyenne Canyon. After breakfast today, we took a drive that led us to Helen Hunt Falls. The Canyon is just magnificent. Being winter, we just drove and took in the sights. It is amazing...More
We went to the Helen Hunt Falls area of the park and took the trail (Silver Cascade Trail?) from the falls. Although the falls was frozen, the trail was well-worth the hike. The incline was a bit difficult for us as we’re not used to...More
What a gorgeous place to hike during the winter. The Cañon has well maintained trails that explore various types of terrain.
Southern and northern exposures on the same trail can vary your experience throughout your endeavor, which really make the hikes interesting.
The trees and...More
This park is not that easy to find but is one of the largest and in the south end of the city. As most people travel to the west for other attractions, for those wanting to hike and see some of the waterfalls, seven falls...More
When we moved to the springs, we went to 7 falls and paid $$. Though it was fun and a fun experience, we loved going to this park better. First of all, it's free!! Also, you can continue up the mountain and circle around by...More
Helen Hunt Falls is a scenic wonder no matter the time of year. The park provides a great setting for longer hikes or roads that drivers can take directly to the falls.
The road is very narrow due to being on the side of a...More
When General William Jackson Palmer, the founder of Colorado Springs, Colorado, donated land to establish parks in and around the city, the 1,270 acres he donated for North Cheyenne Canon Park included Silver Cascade Falls, Helen Hunt Falls, North Cheyenne Canon Road and other land...More
Did Cutler trail this time with husband and teens. Beautiful hike - nice exercise - well trafficked trail with lots of dogs out on a beautiful sunny day. Folks working at Starsmore Center where we first parked were great - really gave us the details...More
I can't think of any that are specifically made to fit a double stroller in the Canyon. However, there is another park on the west side of Colorado Springs that is called Red Rocks, It is a beautiful park and has several... More
I can't think of any that are specifically made to fit a double stroller in the Canyon. However, there is another park on the west side of Colorado Springs that is called Red Rocks, It is a beautiful park and has several very wide trails going through it. Also, in the Garden of the Gods, there are several paved trails that will accomodate a double wide stroller.