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“Beware in parking areas!”

North Cheyenne Canon Park and Starsmore Discovery Center
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Reviewed July 26, 2012

The trails are amazing and the views fabulous. However, after climbing the Seven Bridges Trails, we returned to find our truck window smashed! Several items were missing, fortunately my purse was still safely tucked away. The parking lot was far from deserted. There was a fresh pile of window glass in a parking spot across the way and another car with the driver's window broken out still sitting there. Windshield Express was able to get our car in the same day to do a replacement and said they had another couple in yesterday with the same issue. VERY sad that this is happening. We were simply looking for a nice family hike! We warned another family as they parked and they simply rolled down all their windows and took off hiking. It is a great place, just not sure how safe.

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Reviewed July 23, 2012

If you're driving up to Helen Hunt Falls which is a nice small falls with a pretty drive up then you might as well pop in and visit the discovery center which is small but worth spending 15min-half hr. checking it all out.

The hours there have been shortened so if you catch it while it's open stop in. It's directly to the right of the sign for Seven Falls and the turn for Helen Hunt Falls.

Thank hatchpal4u
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Reviewed July 20, 2012

There are so many different trails to pick from in cheyenne canon park. Helen Hunt Falls is great for everyone and relativity easy, but they do have benches for you to rest if you need to. They are currently rebuilding the nature center. Not sure when it will be done, but super excited about the new building.

Just please remember to park in designated areas, do not stand in the road, and watch for cars!

Thank COnative86
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Reviewed July 13, 2012 via mobile

We did not go to the Discovery Center, but did visit the area falls. It was just beautiful: rich, lush green with winding roads and gentle streams. I want to go back, even after spending a week in Rocky Mountain National Park!

1  Thank alm2222
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Reviewed July 11, 2012

On this day we didn't do the zoo since it was so hot. The view was beautiful and breath taking.

Thank sonic1us
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