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  • Blindness and Low Vision
  • Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • Low Sensory
  • Mild Activity
  • Wheelchair Accessible for Most
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Leave the TH and head west along what was once a narrow gauge railroad bed that hauled ore from Cripple Creek to colorado Springs for processing. After 7 tenths of a mile the trail will cross over North Cheyenne Creek. Look for a trail on the right immediately after crossing the stream. This is the beginning of the Seven Bridges Trail. It is not labeled, but there is a sign marking distances. Bridge 1 comes very early in the trail and is quickly followed by bridge 2. The bridges are all in great shape and the trail is well maintained. There creek constantly cascades down the valley through the rugged terrain, and flows much stonger in the spring than in the fall. The trail is fairly well shaded by the trees the entire way. The hike has a constant and gentle gain that makes it great for a 2 to 3 hour trip. Seven Bridges Trail ends in Jones park where you can take a variety of other trails if you wish to do more hiking.

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