What better way to experience the legendary Canadian Rockies than with a Rocky Mountaineer rail journey. Sit back and relax and from the comfort of your seat, you will bear witness to jaw-dropping landscapes, soaring coastal rainforests and dramatic deserts.
Completed in 1885, the Canadian Pacific Railway, the line which Rocky Mountaineer runs along, is a piece of Canadian history and an incredible engineering feat. The Canadian Rockies are home to five pristine National Parks, which collectively comprise a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Rocky Mountaineer Highlights
- Canadian Pacific Railway
- Custom-designed, all-dome fleet
- Trains only travel during daylight hours
- Nights spent in the comfort of specially chosen hotels
- Chef-created cuisine
- Unique storytelling by Rocky Mountaineer Hosts
Both levels of service include:
- Reclining, comfortable pre-assigned seating with ample leg room
- Complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages throughout journey
- Complimentary baggage delivery to hotels in Whistler, Quesnel, and Kamloops
- Full storytelling from Hosts
- Gourmet snacks
Rocky Mountaineer GoldLeaf Service
- Bi-level, glass-domed train cars
- Attended by three to four Hosts
- Dining area on first floor of train
- Exclusive outdoor viewing platform
Rocky Mountaineer SilverLeaf Service
- Guest seating with oversized glass-dome views
- Seat-side meal service attended by two Hosts and one Culinary team member
- Seat-side meal service
First Passage to the West
Guests learn about the path of the 19th century explorers, while observing nature in all its glory on the only passenger rail service on this historic route.
Journey through the Clouds
Young, wild, and untamed, this route takes guests through some of the most untouched, most breathtaking natural beauty on the planet.
Rainforest to Gold Rush
This route takes guests from the world’s largest temperate rainforest to a desert, from a vibrant city to a quaint mountain town, and from tranquil ranch-land to untamed wilderness.
Coastal Passage hugs the shoreline between Seattle and Vancouver, offering incredible views of the Pacific Ocean and Coast Mountains before heading into the town of Banff.
Circle Journeys combine 2 or 3 Rocky Mountaineer routes, starting and ending your adventure in the same place. This option is perfect if you want more days on the train and want to experience everything!
Most Circle Journey packages start and end in Vancouver, and include 4 or 5 days onboard the train.