SANDIA PEAK TRAMWAY SEASON PASSES
There is a $20 fee for any lost passes. Passes are not transferable.
|FIRST PASS||SECOND PASS|
|Tram Annual Pass||$230||$200|
|Tram Ski Season Only||$140|
Tram passes can be purchased with the Tram Cashiers.
If you are interested in a Corporate Annual Pass, please contact our Corporate Office at 505-856-6419.
21 & Over
62 & Over
W/ valid ID
w/ 18 & Over
Dine & Save
Redeem your adult, senior, military, or student Round-Trip Tram Ticket at
Sandiago’s Grill at the Tram and receive $5 off a lunch or dinner purchase of $25 or more. No cash value. Excluding tax.
SAVE $3 AT SANDIAGO’S
There is a cash-only parking fee of $3 for each vehicle accessing the Sandia Peak Tram from the base of the mountain. Your parking voucher can be redeemed at Sandiago’s Grill for $3 off your meal.
GET AN ADDITIONAL $5 OFF
Redeem your adult/senior/military/teen round-trip tram ticket at Sandiago’s Grill and receive $5 off a lunch or dinner purchase of $25 or more.
BLACKOUT DATES: 10/1/19 – 10/15/19
Sandia Peak Tramway is open year-round but is closed for two weeks during April and November for maintenance. View Schedule
Ten 3 hours will change to coincide with the tram winter and summer schedule.
Friday of Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day Monday
Tuesday after Labor Day through Memorial Day weekend
Directions & Parking
SANDIA PEAK TRAMWAY
30 TRAMWAY RD ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87122
TRAM INFO: 505-856-7325 or 505-856-1532
There is a cash-only parking fee of $3 for each vehicle accessing the Sandia Peak Tram at the base of the mountain.
SANDIA PEAK SKI AREA
SANDIA PARK, NM 87047
SKI AREA INFO: 505-242-9052
NEED A RIDE?
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The ABQ Trolley Co. Offers rides from several downtoan ABQ hotels to our front door. This service is provided May 1 – September 30 only.
Visit abqtrolley.com for info.
The Sandia Peak Tramway and the deck areas atop the tram are all wheelchair accessible.
For our guests who are hearing-impaired, you can still enjoy the incredible views from the tram car and the observation deck. Additionally, there are displays in the upper terminal that have information about the mountain, rock formations, types of vegetation and animals that can be spotted in the Sandia Mountains.
Sight-impaired visitors can still enjoy the tram ride as the Cabin Operator will speak in detail about the mountain, rock formations, types of vegetation and animals as you travel the 2.7 miles up the mountain.
Service animals (as defined by the US Department of Justice) are permitted on the tramway. All other pets are not allowed on the tramway.
Strollers are permitted on the tram and the observation deck/ walkways of the upper terminal.