Maps & Miles
The C&TS is located along the Colorado-New Mexico border, with terminals in Antonito, Colorado and Chama, New Mexico.
The nearest major airports are Albuquerque International Sunport in New Mexico and Denver International Airport in Colorado. You can also fly into Alamosa, Colorado from Denver International Airport .
GETTING TO ANTONITO. Antonito is on US Highway 285, 28 miles south of Alamosa, Colorado, and 115 miles north of Santa Fe. The depot is located at the intersection of US Highway 285 and CO Highway 17, on the southern edge of town. Consult the map to the side for highway directions to town.
Physical Address: 5234 B Hwy 285, Antonito, CO 81120.
GETTING TO CHAMA. Chama is on US Highway 64/84, 47 miles east of Pagosa Springs, Colorado, 95 miles west of Taos, and 108 miles north of Santa Fe. The station is in the center of town along NM Highway 17. Consult the map to the side for highway directions.
Physical Address: 500 Terrace Avenue, Chama, NM 87520
Road Conditions. Construction projects may delay your journey to Chama or Antonito. Allow plenty of time to arrive at your originating station by 20-30 minutes before the boarding time shown on your ticket. Our trains and motor coaches leave promptly.
Distance (Miles/Time) to Antonito
|Santa Fe, NM||115||2:15|
|Pagosa Springs, CO||97||2:00|
|Colorado Springs, CO||193||3:00|
|Red River, NM||90||2:00|
|Angel Fire, NM||87||2:00|
Distance (Miles/Time) To Chama
|Santa Fe, NM||108||2:15|
|Pagosa Springs, CO||49||1:00|
|Colorado Springs, CO||241||4:00|
|Red River, NM||137||3:00|
|Angel Fire, NM||135||3:00|
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Experience the excitement of rugged, narrow gauge, coal-fired, steam powered mountain railroading on the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad. You will traverse 64 miles of unparalleled scenery as you climb from Antonito or Chama to the dining hall at Osier and on to your final terminal. Lunch is included of course. You will sense the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains as your train is handled by sure-footed locomotives and able crews through tunnels, above deep gorges and over Cumbres Pass. This unique section of mountain railroad is owned by the states of New Mexico and Colorado and was designated a National Historic Landmark in October of 2012. It is truly a memorable experience not to be missed.
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