Incredible narrow gauge steam adventure from Chama to Antonito with a bus return
Dramatic mountain, river and canyon views
All you can eat lunch at Osier, plus 5 meals at the Ranch
Assigned seating aboard the train
Arrive at Ghost Ranch Abiquiu where check-in begins at 2pm. Located in the incomparable red hills and mesas of Georgia O’Keeffe country in Northern New Mexico, there is simply nothing like Ghost Ranch Abiquiu. Your room evokes the era of a 1800’s cattle ranch- please note that all rooms are unique and free of television and telephones. Our standard package includes lower level rooms with private bath; upgrades are available to mesa rooms with views, but a steep 5-min walk to the dining hall is required. Overnight at Ghost Ranch. Please note that dinner options in the Abiquiu area are very limited. Ghost Ranch offers a buffet dinner for $10 per adult/$5 children under 12 from 5:30 to 6:15 pm.
Chama to Antonito - round trip
This morning, breakfast is included at Ghost Ranch (served 7:30-8 am). Drive yourself one hour into Chama and collect your train tickets at the depot 60 minutes prior to departure time. At your leisure, take a self-guided tour of the Chama rail yard, a rare opportunity to wander the extensive collection of rolling stock. Your train ride today includes a hot lunch at Osier Kitchen and a bus return from Antonito to Chama. Dine in Chama and return to Ghost Ranch Abiquiu for the night.
Today is yours to discover all that Ghost Ranch has to offer. The 21,000 acre retreat features three museums, five hiking trails, a 24-hour library, and summer horseback riding and swimming. Breakfast, lunch (served 12-12:30 pm), and dinner at the ranch dining hall are included today in your package. We recommend the Georgia O’Keefe landscape tour which visits several locations of her paintings- this tour departs at 1:30 and lasts 90 minutes- additional $25 per person, advance reservations are advised. Overnight at Ghost Ranch.
Enjoy your last breakfast at the Ranch and be on your way to other adventures.
Prices listed on our website, unless noted, are per person and do not include taxes or fees, and children under 21 can be booked in Tourist Class but not in Parlor Class. Prices are subject to change without notice
Information & Reservations
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Built 132 years ago and little changed since, the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad is a 64-mile, fully operational steam railroad jointly owned by the states of Colorado and New Mexico. The railroad operates passenger trains seven days a week between May 25 and October 20.