Cumbres And Toltec Scenic Railroad

 

 


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How To Find Us
DRIVING TO OSIER FOR LUNCH

Coming from either Chama, NM or Antonito, CO, turn onto the bridge (Broyles Bridge) at mile marker 29 on Highway 17 near the Fox Creek Community. FOLLOW THE SIGNS TO OSIER. It is 17 miles from the pavement (set your odometer). The road is rough, but most cars can make it to Osier if the road is dry. (Travel is discouraged in wet weather). Just take it slow and easy. An SUV type vehicle is preferred. It is a beautiful drive especially in the fall. Please arrive around noon. The first train to arrive is usually from Chama between 12:15 and 12:30 pm. We like to get you settled in and served BEFORE the train arrives. Reservations are not required. The train from Antonito comes in about 15 minutes behind the Chama train. Both trains depart around 1:45 pm.
 

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Forest road #103 is a dirt road maintained by the county. Four Wheel Drive is recommended. Allow over an hour from Highway 17 to Osier. This gives you plenty of time to stop at the pullovers and get some great photos. This is open range so keep an eye out for cattle, cowboys on horseback, deer, elk & bear.
Keep your camera ready at all times.

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Drive To Osier

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