RAIL TOURS | CANADA
Take your seat for the glass-domed adventure of a lifetime and get comfortable as your world-class train rolls through rugged wilderness, passing forested cliffs, alpine rivers and snowy peaks. And because APT provides the luxury of GoldLeaf Service on every Rocky Mountaineer holiday in Canada, the five-star views will, of course, be matched by five-star service.
Take a seat in the prestigious bi-level glass-dome carriages and enjoy unobstructed views. Absolute comfort in your spacious, reclining seat is paramount. And because your journey has been crafted especially for daylight hours, you’ve got the ideal viewing perspective.
Sit back and enjoy the scenery as your attentive onboard Hosts take care of all the finer details. They'll entertain you with stories about passing landmarks, top up your glass of wine when needed and call out wildlife sightings, so you can relax and focus on the incredible journey ahead.
Enjoy elegantly plated meals from the comfort of a dedicated dining room on board your train. Every dish is prepared by talented executive chefs using the freshest local ingredients.
Outdoor Viewing Platform
In case the views aren't impressive enough from your seat, you can always head outside to the outdoor viewing platform to get even closer to the action. Breathe in the fresh alpine air and snap some incredible photos as your train passes lush forests and rushing rivers.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long is my Rocky Mountaineer rail journey?
You will spend two full days on the Rocky Mountaineer and travel around 450 kilometres each day, all in daylight.
What route will I be travelling?
'First Passage to the West’ journeys operate both east and westbound between Vancouver and Lake Louise or Banff. You’ll travel through the Canadian Rocky Mountains, past Kicking Horse River, through the Spiral Tunnels and over the Continental Divide along the Canadian Pacific track.
‘Journey Through the Clouds’ operates both east and westbound between Vancouver and Jasper, past some of the tallest peaks in the Canadian Rockies, including Mt Robson. Travel through remote countryside alongside the Coast Mountains, the Fraser Canyon, Albreda Glacier and Pyramid Falls.
Check individual itineraries for the direction of travel.
What is the baggage size allowance on board?
Hand luggage only is permitted on Rocky Mountaineer and you will not have access to checked luggage on board the train. Your checked luggage will be delivered to your overnight accommodation in Kamloops. Make sure everything you’ll need during the rail journey is packed in your hand luggage, and everything you can do without is securely stowed away.