Rocky Mountaineer

All aboard the most amazing rail ride of your life! The Rocky Mountaineer is a luxurious train that journeys deep into the Canadian Rockies.

Rocky Mountaineer is a Canadian luxury train tour with routes traversing British Columbia, Alberta, and Washington, U.S.A. But truly, it’s so much more than a way from A to B. Locally sourced gourmet food and fine wine make world-class dining part of the journey. And as you gaze out the windows at Canada’s natural beauty, Hosts provide local history and lore about the land and animals, making you the most informed - and relaxed - traveller.

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Coastal Passage

Depart from the Emerald City and journey through the Puget Sound, Chuckanut Bay, and Salish sea. This passage glides through varied landscapes - none more or less picturesque than the last - from Vancouver’s impressive skyline to the tranquil mountainscape of the Rockies. Where else, and how else, could you go through such spectacular, remote wilderness alongside a bustling hub of creativity and luxury?

Rainforest to Gold Rush

The Rainforest to Gold Rush tour goes from Vancouver then to Whistler, Quesnel and Jasper. This three day journey takes you through Cheakamus Canyon, Painted Chasm, Brandywine Falls, Deep Creek Bridge, Green Lake, Cottonwood River Bridge, Fraser River Bridge, Moose Lake, Pavilion and Yellowhead Lake. And along the way, let your body go on a relaxation journey for itself with treats like the freshest salmon in Alberta, R&R at the Scandinavian Spa in Whistler, and a life-changing view of the Columbia Icefields near Jasper.

Journey through the Clouds

Nature lovers, this journey is beckoning for you! The Journey through the Clouds goes from Vancouver to Kamloops and then on to Jasper. Other key points along the way include Fort Langley, Harrison River Bridge, Cisco Crossings, Rainbow Canyon, Avalanche Alley, Jaws of Death Gorge, Black Canyon, Ashcroft, Moose Lake and Yellowhead Lake. And don’t blink as you go through the peaks of the Canadian Rockies or you’ll miss elk, bears, moose and bald eagles in their natural habitats.

First Passage to the West

Enjoy a journey through time as you discover the Wild West all from your luxurious cabin. The First Passage to the West route goes from Vancouver to Kamloops and can arrive in Lake Louise or Banff. Must-see sights on this route include Cisco Crossings, Avalanche Alley, Jaws of Death Gorge, Black Canyon, Hoodoos, Stoney Creek Bridge, Rogers Pass, Kicking Horse River, Castle Mountain and Mount Rundle. Excursions for a hike or the chance to witness wildlife up close and person are available along the way.

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