Seven Bridges Trail is a 3.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Colorado Springs, CO that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running and is accessible from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Seven cascading waterfalls with a total of 224 steps.
Fun but long
Good! I've done this trail dozens of times, very picturesque. Once you start climbing and get away from dog droppings on the access road it gets much better. Need to be careful on the way back down if it's icy.
So much fun to do with the kids.
Clear trails yesterday. Was a nice and beautiful day. Made it to 7 and turned back.
Fun but challenging for a beginner. There was a mixture of easy, moderate and hard sections. Great hike.
Great shady trail. Easy enough to bring the kids too. Steady creek the whole way. Got some great shots!
Very pleasant hike with lots of shade. Explored a little further passed the 7th bridge. Would've liked to have done the big loop to Jones Park, but didn't have time this day. Next time.
great hike, great views, very dog friendly
great. Nice family hike
Awesome hike loved it!
Parked in the dirt parking area at the end of N Cheyenne Canyon Rd and walked a little to Seven Bridges trailhead (622). Nice hike up the seven bridges with the creek all around the hike.
We continue past the last bridge and went up to the 622A marker up until we found Jones Park trail (667). We follow it down until we cross Captain Jacks Trail. This part of 667 towards Captain Jacks have amazing views throughout the trail.
Once in Captain Jacks we follow it down until we hit Seven Bridges Trail head again.
Awesome hike with not many people around (started 0930), few bikers on Captain Jacks doing their thing and after 7 miles we call it a great day in Colorado Springs.
Definitely recommend that "loop" if you want to go further Seven Bridges.
Beautiful and a hike that's a reasonable length, there's a short walk to get to the start of the trail but it's not bad