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The total driving distance from Santa Fe, NM to Albuquerque, NM is 64 miles or 103 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It ends in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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The city of Albuquerque is located around 5,000 to 6,000 feet above sea level with 310 sunny days in a year. Albuquerque is the Ballooning Capital of the World. Every October thousands of spectators, pilots and crew from all over the world gather in Albuquerque for the world’s largest hot air balloon festival.
At least 500 hot air balloons of every color, shape and size are launched into the clear blue sky. Visitors are welcome to walk around as the balloons are inflated and launched each morning during the festival.
Hot air ballooning tours are available year round in Albuquerque. The city has over 300 balloonists.
A must stop place when visiting Albuquerque is the Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum at Balloon Fiesta Park. The museum is named after two hot air balloon pioneers and pilots from Alburquerque – Ben Abruzzo and Maxie Anderson. It is dedicated to the art, culture, science and history of hot air ballooning.
Albuquerque’s perfect high-desert climate and mountainous terrain attracts thousands of hikers and outdoor enthusiasts all year from all over the world. Find out more things to do at VisitAlbuquerque.org.
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