Rocky Mountaineer

The Rocky Mountaineer is one of the world's great train journeys. Over the course of two or three full days, this luxurious train travels to or from the Rocky Mountains with a choice of stunning routes, start points and destinations, in total comfort.

British Columbia and Alberta
Rocky Mountaineer
  • Enjoy stunning Rocky Mountain scenery from the comfort of an iconic train

  • New Silver Leaf class has at seat service and new larger dome style windows

  • Choose from 2 or 3 day trips with all travel in daylight and each night in a hotel, not on board

  • Start in Seattle, Vancouver, Banff, Lake Louise or Jasper

The Rocky Mountaineer has long been an iconic and stunning rail journey, transporting guests in luxury between Vancouver and Jasper or Lake Louise in the Rocky Mountains. In recent years, this incredible train has grown and extended its journeys, now offering a choice of 2 or 3 day experiences and 3 different routes to choose from. The train is not only confined to Canada; guests can now join or end in the exciting city of Seattle in America's Washington state.

First Passage to the West:

The Rocky Mountaineer's most popular route. The only passenger train on the historic Canadian Pacific track that has been uniting British Columbia to the rest of Canada for the last 125 years. Start your two-day journey in Vancouver, Lake Louise or Banff with a stop overnight in Kamloops en route.

Journey Through the Clouds:

This spectacular two-day journey takes guests up to or down from Jasper through the stunning landscapes of Canada's largest national park and mighty snow capped Mount Robson. Start your journey in Vancouver or Jasper with a stop overnight in Kamloops en route.

Rainforest to Gold Rush:

This exciting new journey takes three days and includes diverse scenery from the temperate rainforests to the desert-like Fraser Canyon and historic Cariboo gold country as well as the Rocky Mountains. This three day journey starts in either Vancouver or Jasper with an overnight stay in Whistler and Quesnel en route. The Whistler stop gives you time to explore this pretty alpine town.

Coastal Passage:

Rocky Mountaineer's newest route begins or ends in Seattle, giving guests the opportunity to connect an extra city to the spectacular train journey. This option is based on 3 or 4 days with overnight stops in Vancouver and Kamloops or Vancouver, Whistler and Quesnel.

For guests who love to travel by train, this has got to be one of the most beautiful journeys in the world. Relax, sit back and enjoy fine dining, superb service and the best view in the house!

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