Choose Between Two Options
- $69 for a guided zipline tour for one ($135 value)
- $139 for a guided zipline tour for two ($270 value)
Accompanied by two guides, visitors traverse the Woods Course, which features five ziplines that get progressively longer. Participants soar over pines, creeks, valleys, a natural granite arch, the trails leading to the waterfalls, and Midnight Falls itself.
Broadmoor Soaring Adventure
In 1882, James Hull, upset that the gorgeous sights around Seven Falls and South Cheyenne Canyon were being ruined by lumberjacks cutting down trees, purchased hundreds of acres around the waterfalls and canyon. He was an early American environmentalist but also a shrewd businessman, and he turned Seven Falls into a scenic resort. Nowadays, guests can still hike along the falls and canyon to enjoy the ancient sport of falconry. During these outings, guides get you up close and personal with the majestic birds, allowing you to interact with trained hawks and falcons—and learn some history of the sport as well.
Guests can also navigate the terrain with a more modern approach: ziplining. The Broadmoor Soaring Adventure Woods Course consists of 10 ziplines that hang above the canyon, providing breathtaking views. Two courses take tourists along different routes that traverse over, among other things, Midnight Falls, valleys, a natural granite arch, jagged cliffs, and the canyon. Guests also travel across rope bridges and rappel down for a better view of the canyon and to pick up any sunglasses that jumped ship.