Travel Information


Santa Fe is located in north central New Mexico in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains (the southern most section of the Rocky Mountains) at an altitude of 7,000 feet.

Participants should fly into either Santa Fe Municipal Airport (SAF) or Albuquerque Sunport Airport (ABQ). Ten major air carriers have regularly scheduled flights into the Albuquerque International Airport, which is approximately 65 miles or 105 kilometers and approximately a one hour drive to/from Santa Fe. Please visit the Santa Fe Visitor's & Convention Bureau links below for the many convenient ways via ground transportation (including train or shuttle service) to get to Santa Fe from Albuquerque.

NM Rail Runner Express - TRAIN (Albuquerque to/from Santa Fe)
The New Mexico Rail Runner Express carries passengers in and out of Santa Fe between Albuquerque and points south. NOTE: There is no train station at Sunport Airport (ABQ). Upon arrival, you must take a bus shuttle (pdf) (free with your pre-purchased train ticket otherwise $1 each way) or taxi to the Dowtown Albuquerque train station and catch the northbound train to Santa Fe Depot. See Maps of the Rail Runner route to Santa Fe. View the Schedule and Current Fare Structure, and visit the New Mexico Rail Runner Express website for details. For more information, you may also call: (866) 795-7245. 


Santa Fe, NM


Santa Fe Visitors & Convention Bureau

Albuquerque Visitor's & Convention Bureau

Ground Transporation Information




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