Locally-sourced ingredients from the Pacific Northwest
Canyon Bridge Over The Fraser River
Rocky Mountaineer Hosts
The GoldLeaf Service Dome Offers Unobstructed Views
Morants Curve Near Lake Louise, Alberta
Celebrating The Journey, in GoldLeaf Service
Gourmet Hot Lunch, SilverLeaf Service
Rocky Mountaineer Engine
Kwoiek Creek, British Columbia
Onboard Rocky Mountaineer Host, SilverLeaf Service
Castle Mountain, Outside Banff Alberta
Chatting With The Rocky Mountaineer Host, SilverLeaf Service
Gourmet Cuisine, GoldLeaf Service Dining Room
Meeting New Friends, GoldLeaf Service
Spotting Wildlife, GoldLeaf Service
Considered by many to be the trip of a lifetime, a rail journey aboard the Rocky Mountaineer promises to be a magical experience. With the spectacular scenery of British Columbia and Alberta as a backdrop every corner turned brings into view another picture-perfect landscape. Following the historic train route constructed over 100 years ago, the Rocky Mountaineer offers a choice of four superb journeys, each showcasing the diverse beauty of Canada's West.
1. First Passage to the West
Named for the pass over which it crosses, the train commences its journey in Vancouver and traverses the Rocky Mountains, with an overnight stop in Kamloops before reaching its final destination of Lake Louise or Banff. This route also operates in the opposite direction. Passengers enjoying this two day route will see Cisco Crossings, Avalanche Alley, Jaws of Death Gorge, Stoney Creek Bridge, Kicking Horse River and Castle Mountain. Operates: April to October.
2. Journey Through the Clouds
Begins in Vancouver and follows the same legendary journey to Kamloops where an overnight stop is taken, then takes the higher route through the scenic valleys and Rocky Mountains to a final destination of Jasper. This route also operates in the opposite direction. Known for the abundance of wildlife and majestic Mount Robson, this two day route also includes Thompson and Fraser Canyons, Pyramid Falls and Jasper National Park. Operates: April to October.
3. Rainforest to Gold Rush
The Rainforest to Gold Rush route is a three day journey, commencing in Vancouver. Day one follows the Sea to Sky Corridor to Whistler, where an overnight stay is enjoyed. Day two follows the mighty Fraser River to Quesnel where a second overnight stay is taken. On day three the train climbs through the Rocky Mountain Trench and Cariboo Mountains to its ultimate destination of Jasper. This route also operates in the opposite direction. The historic Caribou Gold Rush region and the lush forests of northern British Columbia are highlights of this route. Operates: May to October.
4. Coastal Passage
Coastal Passage commences its journey in Seattle, in Washington State, USA, and has a destination of Vancouver. From here, it connects to First Passage to The West, Journey through the Clouds and Rainforest to Gold Rush. This route also operates in the opposite direction. The six hour journey hugs the Pacific Coast and has numerous scenic highlights including Fraser River, White Rock, Bellingham Bay and the Cascade Mountains. Operates: May to September.
A choice of travel classes ensures that this incredible journey can be enjoyed by everyone.
Enjoy delicious hot meals, served at your seat, as you take your voyage through the Rockies. Your journey also includes tempting snacks and complimentary beverages including wine, beer, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks. The landscape is amazing, and in SilverLeaf you'll enjoy panoramic views in the single level glass domed cars. SilverLeaf Service includes one night's accommodation in Kamloops on First Passage to the West and Journey through the Clouds routes and one night in both Whistler and Quesnel on the Rainforest to Gold Rush route.
The custom-designed GoldLeaf Dome Car puts you right in the centre of the awe-inspiring scenery and provides both excellent commentary and superb personal service. Guests are welcomed on board and shown to their rotating and reclining dome-level seats, where complimentary snacks and beverages are served. The gourmet breakfasts and lunches included are served in the lower-level dining room. GoldLeaf Service includes one night’s upgraded accommodation in Kamloops or Quesnel and transportation to the hotel.
2018 FREE NIGHT OFFER. Book a qualifying 2018 Rocky Mountaineer package (of five nights or more) by July 27th 2018 and receive a free hotel night in Vancouver, Calgary, Victoria or Seattle.
This free night may be added at the start or end of your Rocky Mountaineer package or be applied as a credit toward a night which is already included in your package in Vancouver, Calgary or Seattle.
Call for full details of the options available to your chosen holiday. Deposits required at time of booking. Further terms and conditions apply.
2019 EARLY BOOKING OFFER. Book a qualifying 2019 Rocky Mountaineer package (of 7 nights or more), by 31st August 2018 and receive a credit of up to £300 per person. This credit can be used toward:
Adding another Rocky Mountaineer route
Additional activities and tours
Extra hotel night or room upgrade in Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria, or Calgary
Transfers or car rental
Additional terms and conditions apply. Subject to availability. Call for full details.
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