Rocky Mountaineer Train Gets 4 New Routes for 2019

Apr 11, 2018

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Rocky Mountaineer is the largest privately owned luxury tourist train in the world — it’s welcomed more than two million passengers since 1990 — where guests can choose from more than 65 vacation packages and four rail routes. The train weaves through western Canada through the Canadian Rockies in Alberta, Seattle, Vancouver, Calgary and other beautiful Canadian towns.

The luxury railway recently announced the addition of four new routes: West Canmore, West Kananaskis, West Sunshine Village and Clouds Mountain Adventures.

“With these new vacation packages, our guests can combine a luxurious rail journey onboard Rocky Mountaineer with outdoor activities to explore the very best Western Canada has to offer,” said Vice President, Guest Experience, Deb Paulsen in a press release. “We are excited to introduce our guests to even more of the Canadian Rockies with the addition of Canmore, Kananaskis, Sunshine Village, and the Cariboo Mountains to our already incredible line up of available journeys.”

Rocky Mountaineer is offering a promotion in honor of the newly announced packages. Travelers can receive $850 per couple in added value. The offer is available through August 2018, and will be applied to 2019 packages of eight days or more.

Traveling on the Rocky Mountaineer is considered one of the best ways to see the Canadian Rockies. In 1995, the luxury railway launched a premier class that featured a bi-level train with a glass dome which allows for panoramic views of the outdoors.

Images courtesy of Rocky Mountaineer.

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