The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad is the 2020 season. Click here for more details on the schedule. Your health and safety are our highest priority. We are closely monitoring the developing situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) and following all guidance from State and Federal health agencies.
Built in 1881, the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad is 64 miles of narrow-gauge railroad nestled in the Rocky Mountains that span the border between New Mexico and Colorado.
Originally part of the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad, the CTSRR was saved in 1970 by a group of rail fan volunteers and the States of Colorado and New Mexico.
See the Authentic West of Billy the Kid, Kit Carson, and Butch Cassidy. Kids of all ages will enjoy full-day, half-day, or sunset trains. Full-day trains include lunch. Sunset trains include dinner. Kids 2-12 ride free all summer long with paid adult fare. AAA, AARP, and Military discounts available. Reservations recommended.