Helen Hunt Falls Trail Colorado

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Helen Hunt Falls is a waterfall located on Cheyenne Creek in the North Cheyenne Cañon Park of Colorado Springs, Colorado.

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Mar 31, 2024
Amazing drive! Gorgeous! The trail was icy but we went up the road and hiked on the gold road trail. The falls are beautiful and it's worth it just for the drive up! Full review by grantk568
Sep 18, 2023
Beautiful drive I into the mountains. Challenging hike up a steep grade with some stairs to a spectacular view. Take your time it's worth it. Falls weren't impressive per se but the climb was very go… Full review by TBone0910
Aug 26, 2023
The views here are great and the hike to get here is really manageable by most people's standards. This is worth the time spent to see these falls. Full review by bjia34

Questions & answers

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Is the park currently open to visitors?
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Park is open during daylight hours, however access to falls may be difficult due to snow and ice.
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Are waterfalls lighten at night?
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I believe the park closes at 5-6pm. The waterfall is not lit
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Are leashed dogs allowed?
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yes
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Is it possible to take a stroller?
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To Helen Hunts Fall, unfortunately no.
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hiya going next year just 2 adults how long is the trail to the falls? is it free as cant find price anywhere. we are doing …
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hiya going next year just 2 adults how long is the trail to the falls? is it free as cant find price anywhere. we are doing the seven falls also which is best? Thanks
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Hi Vanessa - I have not been to Seven Falls, but know that it can get pricey for "what you get". Helen Hunt Falls is only about a mile or so for there and back. It may feel a little longer …
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Hi Vanessa - I have not been to Seven Falls, but know that it can get pricey for "what you get". Helen Hunt Falls is only about a mile or so for there and back. It may feel a little longer because it can be steep in some places, but the trail is taken care of with railings for support in several areas. Parking is free, although it can be a little busy/crowded at times. If you have time, stop at the Starsmore Discovery Center at the bottom of the road that leads to Helen Hunt Falls. A little stream flows through the property, and it's a beautiful spot to sit and reflect. Enjoy!
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I file campaign reports to the Colorado Secretary of State. Do I also need to file with the City?
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If your issue committee activities are related to a City Question, then Yes.
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