The world-renowned Rocky Mountaineer offers a unique and instantly memorable trip through one of the most diverse countries in the world. On board, we travel in SilverLeaf Service, though upgrades to GoldLeaf are available, enjoying access to the single-level dome car which provides magnificent panoramic views.
The original Streamliner coaches, built from stainless steel, have been fully restored to their original 1950's style, and today The Canadian can be found traversing the rugged landscape between the cities of Vancouver and Toronto.
The Ocean takes us from Quebec, across New Brunswick to Nova Scotia and our destination, Halifax - the provincial capital. Following the winding route of the old Intercolonial Railway, the first passenger train ran from Halifax to Lévis in 1836 and the train became known as the Ocean in 1904, making it the longest-running service in Canada.
VIA Rail's Corridor line provides a swift and easy way to travel throughout the southeast of Canada. Journeying from the country's capital, Toronto, to the city of Montreal, this 333 mile (536km) route takes just over four hours.
VIA Rail is a national rail service that provides passengers services across over 400 different Canadian communities. On our tour of Eastern Canada and The Cabot Trail, we travel on the VIA Rail Corridor line from Toronto to Montréal, then continue onwards to Québec; a spectacular one-day journey which affords wonderful views over Canada's stunning, vast landscapes. Economy Class facilities include complimentary Wi-Fi and comfortable, spacious seats. Light meals, snacks and drinks are available to purchase on the train, and there is a full service bar.