Spouse Activity

Wednesday 19 June
~10:00 am – 2:30/3:00 pm
Cost per person: $80*

Join us for a morning of outdoor exploration and adventure at Seven Falls, one of Colorado’s most captivating natural wonders. This magnificent series of waterfalls is situated in a 1,250-foot-wall box canyon between the towering Pillars of Hercules.  After 2+ hours of outdoor activity at Seven Falls, enjoy a wonderful meal at the Broadmoor’s 1858 Restaurant.


Behind you the prairies extend for hundreds of dry miles to the east. Ahead, the foothills rise abruptly, divided by winding streams that have carved out verdant valleys. Enter South Cheyenne Canyon – only five minutes from The Broadmoor – and you find yourself immersed in Colorado’s famous natural beauty at Seven Falls. Called “The Grandest Mile of Scenery in Colorado”, the approach to Seven Falls excites the senses and foreshadows the dramatic landscape ahead. Crystal clear water from the Pikes Peak watershed has shaped a spectacular natural box canyon: the steep-walled, enclosed canyon that’s become symbolic of the American West.



Open seasonally for lunch and dinner, Restaurant 1858 is a unique Broadmoor dining venue situated at the banks of Seven Falls. Taking its name from the Gold Rush era and the famous motto, ‘Pikes Peak or Bust’ of that time, Restaurant 1858 offers authentic Colorado cuisine in a rustic setting made of hand-hewn stone and reclaimed wood, with custom lantern mining inspired light fixtures. “Gold Rush” art from The Broadmoor’s Western Art collection is showcased throughout the restaurant, and is accented with historic photographs of the area from yesteryear. In addition to the main dining room, an outdoor patio offers guests an opportunity to dine al fresco near the thundering water of the spectacular natural box canyon.

Chef de Cuisine, Rocio Neyra Prado, oversees a menu that showcases traditional Rocky Mountain flavors and takes its cue from the heritage of the Old West. The menu’s variety of German, French, and Creole dishes are inspired by the immigrants who traveled west to seek their fortunes in the gold rush, making Restaurant 1858 the culinary melting pot of Cheyenne Canyon.


*(Includes admission for Seven Falls, 3-course lunch at 1858 Restaurant and roundtrip bus transportation.)