Now this waterfall isn’t officially named Upper Helen Hunt Falls, but it seems pretty appropriate. When we visited Helen Hunt Falls near Colorado Springs last year, we walked along the trail above the falls. As we were walking along, we noticed that there were a number of drops above Helen Hunt Falls. Some of them were not considerably large, but there were one or two drops that were larger. They are not advertised, but they are pretty obvious. I’ve decided to clump these together as Upper Helen Hunt Falls. They’re just another added benefit of visiting Helen Hunt Falls, where you can also see the very cool Silver Cascade Falls and a great view of Colorado Springs.
- Take the Nevada exit from I-25 in Colorado Springs.
- Take Nevada Rd. south until you reach Cheyenne Boulevard. Head west on Cheyenne Blvd.
- The road will fork. Follow the sign for Helen Hunt Falls, which will be the right fork. From there the parking area will be a short distance from that fork on your left
- At the parking area, there will be the visitor’s center, and Helen Hunt Falls is just to the left of the visitor’s center.
Accessibility: 10/10 (easy)
Length of Hike: 0.2 miles round-trip
Where in the World is Upper Helen Hunt Falls?