FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • How do you get to Trout Stalker Ranch?​​​​

    • From Taos: Drive east on US 64 to Tierra Amarilla. At the intersection of 64 and 84, turn right and head north approximately 10 miles on Hwy 84/285 towards Chama. Just before you get to the town of Chama you will see a large billboard with a train that says “Welcome to Chama” and the next gravel road on the left is CR 343. Turn left (west) and take that gravel road until you see the Trout Stalker entrance on your right (north).

    • From Pagosa Springs: Heading east toward Chama, when you get to the crossroads in Chama turn right on 84/25 and head south. Just outside of the town of Chama you will see a large billboard on your right that says “thank you for visiting Chama” and the gravel road before that on the right is CR 343. Turn right (west) and take that gravel road until you see the Trout Stalker entrance on your right (north).

    • From Santa Fe: Drive north on Highway 84/285 toward Chama. Just before you get to the town of Chama you will see a large billboard with a train that says “Welcome to Chama” and the next gravel road on the left is CR 343. Turn left (west) and take that gravel road until you see the Trout Stalker entrance on your right (north).​

  • What's the weather like?

    • The weather in the mountains can go through all seasons in a single summer day! Be prepared and pack for a variety of conditions.

  • What else is there to do in Chama?​

    • There is so much to do at Trout Stalker but if you find yourself wanting to do something in town, the train is a popular attraction in the town of Chama. There are several train ride options that can be viewed at https://cumbrestoltec.com/. Pagosa Springs is an hour drive from Trout Stalker and they are known for their hot springs.

  • Where is there to eat?

    • With advanced booking, you can have Chef Matt Wallace cook a fabulous private dinner for your group. Lunch and light breakfast is provided and each cabin is equipped with a full kitchen.​  We highly recommend our sister business Chama Local (https://www.chamalocal.com/) located in downtown Chama.  You can also find a list of restaurants in town at https://www.visitchama.com/activities

  • Are there local fly shops?

    • If you are coming from the South, we recommend The Reel Life Santa Fe. If you are coming from the East, we recommend Taos Fly Shop. If you are coming from the North, check out Let It Fly or Ski and Bow Rack in Pagosa Springs.​

  • Can you accommodate for food allergies?​

    • We absolutely can! The sooner you let us know what your food allergies/preferences are, the better!​

  • Do you have rattlesnakes?​

    • No, we don't.

  • What activities need to be scheduled in advance?

    • All activities should be planned in advance. The roadhouse is filled with games and always open to guests​, otherwise an advanced notice of activities is helpful for the team.

  • What are the check in/check out times?

    • Check in is at 3:00 pm and check out​ is at 11:00 am.

  • Where is the closest airport?

    • The closest international airport is in Albuquerque ​and the closest regional airport is in Santa Fe.

TROUT STALKER RANCH
Physical:

91 CR343A 

Chama, New Mexico 87520

Mailing:

223 N. Guadalupe Street

Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501

TROUT STALKER RANCH

toll free: 1-844-44-TROUT (1-844-448-7688)

info@chamatroutstalkers.com

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