Discover the Canadian Rockies by rail

Enjoy amazing views and impeccable service with our all-daylight rail tours. Trips are one-way and include hotel accommodation. Rocky Mountaineer offers many different vacation packages that range from 1-24 days.

Cuisine

With a diverse menu created by a team of celebrated chefs, indulge in cuisine prepared with the finest, freshest ingredients, many of which are sourced locally.

Service

Enjoy the warm Canadian hospitality firsthand while indulging in a World Class service and breathtaking landscapes. Toast to new friends and a life changing experience.

Awards

Rocky Mountaineer is internationally recognized for award-winning luxury train travel.

A breathtaking route past pivotal spots in Canadian history, including the Spiral Tunnels and the celebrated Last Spike of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Be inspired by spectacular mountains and dramatic canyons.

Experience the natural wonders of the West on this route. Travel through scenic valleys, the Coastal Mountain Range and the Fraser Canyon with its spectacular white water and dramatic landscape.

Choosing GoldLeaf allows you to fully absorb Canada's soul-stirring landscape from a bi-level glass-domed coach, giving you unparalleled panoramic views from your seat. You'll enjoy gourmet meals created by Executive Chefs and an exclusive outdoor vestibule.

SilverLeaf is a unique way to experience the historic routes with oversized windows that offer nearly 167% more viewing area than RedLeaf Service. Hot breakfasts and lunches served at your seat allow you to fully experience nature without leaving your seat!

Where do your trips start?

A majority of our trips are one-way journeys that start and finish in two different locations. Most of our guests will elect to fly into Vancouver or Calgary to start their trip depending on which direction they are travelling as both cities offer great International Airports.

Do you sleep onboard the Rocky Mountaineer?

No. Our daylight rail tours through the Canadian Rockies are schedule to show you all the scenery. After a day onboard the train through the Rockies, you overnight in either Kamloops or Quesnel British Columbia. Additional accommodation is not included unless otherwise indicated.

What is the best time of year to travel?

Onboard the Rocky Mountaineer, every season offers unique advantages to its visitors. For instance, June is “Springtime in the Rockies” with snow on the mountaintops and flowers beginning to bloom. April and May offer seasonable savings and July and August offer the warmest weather in the mountains.

Do I need a passport or visa to visit Canada?

Please be advised that effective January 23, 2007, all passengers including Canadian and US Citizens will be required to present a valid passport when travelling between Canada and the United States. We strongly recommend that all guests are in possession of a passport. We also recommend checking with Canadian Immigration to confirm if you require a Visa to enter Canada.

Can I choose my seat onboard?

No. Seats are assigned a few days prior to your departure to allow us to ensure all guests that book together are seated together. All the seats face the direction we're travelling in and highlights will appear on both sides of the train throughout the various journeys. When you check-in the morning of departure you will be provided your seat assignments.