Albuquerque Area Webcams

Sneaking a peek at what's going on around Albuquerque can take a variety of forms, from viewing the city from atop a tall building, or above the Sandia Crest, or near Balloon Fiesta Park. Each webcam provides a unique view of the city from different angles.

 

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    Balloon Fiesta Park Webcam
    ••• Balloon Fiesta Park Webcam. KOB

     While the Balloon Fiesta Park webcam provides a nice view of the Sandia Mountains and the Balloon Fiesta Park, it's a great cam to use when it's Balloon Fiesta time. Can't make it to mass ascension? Watch the webcam from the comfort of your home. You'll see the milling crowds, inflating balloons, and all the excitement that is International Balloon Fiesta.

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    Big I webcam

    The webcam atop the Crowne Plaza Hotel in midtown Albuquerque provides a bird's eye view of the Big I interchange. The camera overlooks the intersection of I-25 which runs north to south, and I-40, which runs east to west. It also provides a glimpse of downtown. 

    The camera is hosted by Weatherbug.com, an online weather center. Visit the cam to see what happened in the last hour, today, or in the past 30 days. You can see the day go from darkness to morning and evening again within a matter of less than a minute. 

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    Downtown Webcam

    Downtown Albuquerque Webcam
    ••• KOB

     The downtown webcam from atop the KOB-TV studio provides a glimpse of the downtown area and in the distance, the western bluff.

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    Old Town Webcam

    Old Town Webcam
    ••• KOB

    View Albuquerque Old Town via webcam, where the San Felipe de Neri church and part of Old Town Plaza are in view. Watch as visitors mill in and out of the church, and see what the city looks like to the east. 

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    Sandia Peak Ski Cam
    ••• Sandia Peak Ski Area

    Wondering what the weather is like atop Sandia Mountain? The Sandia Peak webcam sits atop the ski lift area, overlooking the mountain on the east side. The camera sits atop the peak at an elevation of 10,378 feet.

    From the webcam, it's easy to see what the Sandia Peak Ski area looks like and what the weather is doing. During ski season, it's easy to see what the ski conditions are like. KOB-TV also has a live cam atop the crest, though it overlooks the area where visitors overlook the western face of the mountain.