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Rocky Mountaineer

Rocky Mountaineer
Rocky Mountaineer at Morant's Curve near Lake Louise, Alberta.

Exceptional onboard service, gourmet cuisine and luxurious surroundings are a few of the reasons why Rocky Mountaineer's rail journeys are considered by many to be the only way to see the Canadian Rockies. With five different rail routes and over 45 vacation packages, Rocky Mountaineer highlights the very best of Western Canada and offers something for everyone. Popular packages include rail and cruise itineraries that combine a Rocky Mountaineer rail journey with a cruise through the stunning scenery in Alaska.

The marvels of the Pacific Northwest coastline come to life on the company's new route, Coastal Passage, which seamlessly connects Seattle and Vancouver to the majestic Canadian Rockies. Available in GoldLeaf Service only, guests travel in luxury in the award-winning bi-level dome cars with panoramic views on the upper level and an elegant dining space on the lower level. With flexible cruise options from the Port of Seattle, Coastal Passage combines two dream vacations into one.

Take advantage of Rocky Mountaineer's Stay and Play offer, which is available until March 28. For more information, contact your local travel agent or call 800.665.7245.