Two years after floods damaged the Cheyenne Canyon tourist attraction, The Broadmoor reopened Seven Falls Thursday with new amenities, including a restaurant and ziplines. Owner Phil Anschutz bought the property for $960,000 last year and invested more than $11 million in renovations.
Two years after floods damaged the Cheyenne Canyon tourist attraction, The Broadmoor reopened Seven Falls Thursday with new amenities, including a restaurant and ziplines. Owner Phil Anschutz bought the property for $960,000 last year and invested more than $11 million in renovations.

 

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The new restaurant sits on the foundation of the former gift shop and visitors center. Called 1858, the name recalls the start of the Gold Rush. Its walls are crafted from reclaimed wood and are decorated with artwork and historic photos from the property and Anschutz’s private collection.
The new restaurant sits on the foundation of the former gift shop and visitors center. Called 1858, the name recalls the start of the Gold Rush. Its walls are crafted from reclaimed wood and are decorated with artwork and historic photos from the property and Anschutz’s private collection.

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