Historic Chama, in Rio Arriba County, is home to the Cumbres and Toltec Narrow Gauge Scenic Railroad and is nestled at the southern end of the San Juan mountain range near the continental divide. It's located in the Rocky Mountains near the Colorado border and served by State Highway 17 and US Highway 64 and US Highway 84. It's about 100 miles north of Santa Fe and 160 miles north of Albuquerque, NM. The Chama River runs right through town and offers trout fishing and recreation.
At an elevation of 7,850 feet, the Chama area is one of Northern New Mexico's premier alpine wilderness locations. With 300 days of sunshine, our enchanted valley provides plenty of opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors with Heron Lake State Park, El Vado Lake State Park and the Carson National Forest within close proximity of Chama.
We invite you to contact on of our NM Licensed Real Estate Brokers at United Country Northern New Mexico Real Estate in Chama NM to help save you time and money locating properties in and throughout northern Rio Arriba County.including Abiquiu, Brazos, Rutheron, Tierra Amarilla, Ensenada, Chama, Dulce and surrounding communities in the Chama Valley.