For a journey you'll never forget, join The Rocky Mountaineer and experience the natural beauty of Western Canada and the mighty Rockies - from on board one of the world's greatest trains.
Fly into Vancouver today and upon arrival check into your hotel. The rest of the evening is yours to discover this cosmopolitan city. Board Rocky Mountaineer on Day 2 to begin your journey through dramatic and untouched landscape to Whistler where you overnight.
Today you continue on Rocky Mountaineer, marvelling along the way as you cross one of the highest railway bridges in the world, Deep Creek Bridge. On arrival in Quesnel you check into your hotel for an overnight.
Board Rocky Mountaineer again from Quesnel and continue to Jasper. During your journey, enjoy some breathtaking views from the carriage, seeing such natural monuments as Mount Robson, the highest peak in the Rockies as well as the thundering Fraser River. Overnight in Jasper.
Take a guided tour of one of Canada's best-loved national parks today as you venture into the beautiful landscape of deep pine forests, noble mountains and lush mountain meadows. After the tour, you are free to discover more Jasper at your own pace.
Your excursion today takes you on a sightseeing tour of the magnificent Banff and Jasper National Park featuring ancient snow-capped peaks, colossal ice fields and crisp blue glaciel lakes. During your time here, you enjoy a fascinating ride on an Ice Explorer, a specialist vehicle which takes you to the centre of the Athabasca Glacier. Continue from here to Jasper where you check into your overnight hotel in the mid-afternoon.
Visit the idyllic natural haven of Yoho National Park today where you take a guided tour of the glorious panoramas offered in this part of the world. From here, continue on Rocky Mountaineer to Lake Louise where you stay for two nights, enjoying a free day on Day 11.
Your journey across the majestic Canadian countryside continues today, as you cross the province of Alberta through to the mighty Canadian Rockies and on to Kamloops. Enjoy a guided tour of this charming town and its natural attractions.
On the final leg of your journey, you pass the ever-impressive Cheakamus Canyon and the glorious Coast Mountains on your way from Kamloops to Vancouver where you overnight. Take your flight home from here on Day 13.
The itinerary above is just a suggestion and you are free to make adjustments to suit your exact requirements. Please call 01904 734 358 to speak to one of our Tailor-Made Holiday Specialists about tailoring your holiday with GRJ independent.
Exclusive offer 75CAD on board credit on May-Oct 2019 departures
Terms and Conditions:
*Travel during the 2019 Rocky Mountaineer summer season between May and October on select dates. Offer is applicable to new bookings only and must be requested at the time of booking as it will not be automatically allocated or retrospectively added. Qualifying packages may be purchased in either GoldLeaf or SilverLeaf Service. Offer not applicable to 2-day and 3-day rail only bookings and cannot be deferred to another date, refunded, or used at the Vancouver station kiosk.
Not applicable to Group Tour Bookings or Custom Groups. Offer is available in conjunction with Rocky Mountaineer's current market offer. $75 merchandise credit cannot be split between rail journeys if the guest is taking more than 1 qualifying rail journey.
Offer available on select dates only. Additional conditions apply.
All prices are per person and assume full occupancy of the room.
Please always refer to the website for up-to-date prices and availability.
Operating on three different routes throughout Canada, the Rocky Mountaineer offers a unique and instantly memorable journey through one of the most beautiful countries in the world.
Travel from Banff to Kamloops, through the Thompson and Fraser Canyons, and then onwards to Vancouver on the 'First Passage to the West' route, the highlight of our Canada & the Rocky Mountaineer tour.
As tours on the Rocky Mountaineer occur strictly in the daytime, unobstructed views of the Canadian landscape - including the Canadian Shield and Banff National Park - are available from almost anywhere on this award-winning train.
Read more about the Rocky Mountaineer's range of classes below. Alternatively, why not call one of our professional Tour Advisors on 01904 521 936 to discuss our range of tours in Canada?
Tailor Your Journey
We travel in SilverLeaf Service and travel in a single-level Dome Coach with over-sized windows. Breakfast and lunch is served at your seat, with a choice of main course options at lunch. Complimentary snacks and non-alcoholic drinks are also included during the journey.
For unrivalled views of the Canadian landscape, upgrade to GoldLeaf Service and travel in style in a custom-designed bi-level Dome Coach. GoldLeaf passengers have access to covered open-air vestibules, as well as the Goldleaf dining room, where an à la carte menu is served.
Guests in all classes are treated to comfortable, reclining seats and an interpretive commentary by the on-board crew. Complimentary cold meals, snacks and non-alcoholic drinks are served at your seat throughout the journey.
The Rocky Mountaineer is equipped with air-conditioning, dropdown tables, a viewing platform and dome cars, which allow you to take photographs to remind you of your journey. On some tours, a free newspaper highlighting places of interest is available to guests.
Customers travelling on the 'Rainforest to Gold Rush' route have access to the exclusive RedLeaf Lounge Car. Hotel accommodation with return transfers are included in the price of your tour.
This tour may be suitable for reduced mobility passengers, please call for further information.
We offer a selection of upgrades and 'add-ons' designed to help you make the most of your holiday - and make it even easier!
Please call one of our Tour Advisors on 01904 734 358 to discuss upgrading your rail travel to First Class and/or upgrading your hotel to a 5-star option.