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Rocky Mountaineer

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Life Changing Adventures Await!

With year-long celebrations planned for Canada’s 150th anniversary, and Lonely Planet naming Canada as the #1 Country in Best in Travel 2017, this is the ideal time to travel with Rocky Mountaineer and experience the country’s vast, awe-inspiring beauty.

Let the Rocky Mountaineer whisk you away to a world of incomparable beauty and luxury. Select your journey from over 65 unique Canadian vacation packages and four distinctive rail routes through British Columbia, Alberta, and the Pacific Northwest.  If you’re planning an Alaska cruise, consider a fabulous rail package either before or after your cruise. Their world-renowned train travels by daylight through the wild beauty of Canada’s West and is the best way to experience the majestic Canadian Rockies.

This unforgettable journey takes you back to a time when travelling was just as much about the journey as the destination. With its impeccable onboard service, gourmet cuisine, and luxurious surroundings, it is no wonder that Rocky Mountaineer is considered by many to be one of the world’s ultimate travel experiences.

Rocky Mountaineer Experience

Watch as nature’s drama unfolds with tumbling waterfalls, glistening lakes, snow-capped mountains and roaming wildlife – all serving as the backdrop to the lively social atmosphere onboard the train.

Here’s a brief description of the four Main Routes:

  • Coastal Passage – An ocean view route seamlessly connecting Seattle, USA with Vancouver, BC and the Canadian Rockies.
  • First Passage to the West – Our most popular route through the Canadian Rockies, famous for uniting Canada’s East and West.
  • Journey through the Clouds – Witness the unparalleled beauty of the highest peaks in the Canadian Rockies and the remote vistas of Canada’s West.
  • Rainforest to Gold Rush – Carve through extreme landscapes like BC’s coastal rainforest, the rugged Fraser Canyon, and the historic Cariboo gold rush region.

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