Introducing the Rocky Mountaineer
An unforgettable journey through the most spectacular sights of the Rockies, Rocky Mountaineer has become part Canada's grand travel tradition. Since 1990, Rocky Mountaineer has transported over one million passengers throughout the famous mountain range, on routes stretching across the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. Onboard, passengers relax in plush seats, dine on fine food, and - through panoramic viewing windows - are treated to some of the most spectacular terrain in the world.
We run a variety of Rocky Mountain tours which incorporate trips on the Rocky Mountaineer. The tours trace the same routes across the country that led the pioneers of Canada's past - stopping at a variety of fascinating destinations, including remote settlements, breathtaking natural wonders and, of course, hundreds of miles of awe-inspiring mountain landscape.
For 2016 Rocky Mountaineer will offer an all-dome fleet and we are proud to offer SilverLeaf Service as the standard level of comfort for all our journeys. The oversized windows of the single-level SilverLeaf service coaches puts you right in the heart of the awe-inspiring scenery of the Pacific Northwest and the Canadian Rockies, as you enjoy a delicious new gourmet menu and hear captivating stories and trivia told by your Rocky Mountaineer Hosts.
The bi-level coaches of GoldLeaf service offer enviable views of dazzling vistas through glass domed windows of the upper level, whilst an exclusive outdoor vestibule in the lower level allows you to experience the uncurbed sounds and sights. You will also be treated to award-winning five star cuisine that will compete with the scenery for your attention. From start to finish, the attentive Rocky Mountaineer hosts will attend to your every need and keep your glass full.
Our Rocky Mountaineer tours are grand adventures covering every spectacular highlight of the Canadian Rockies. Tours stop at natural attractions - like Maligne Canyon, Lake Louise, and the vast Columbia Icefield - along with gorgeous mountain towns like Banff, Jasper and the remote Kamloops. Beyond the mountains, the Rocky Mountaineer passes through the rolling hills of British Columbia, reaching as far as the port city of Vancouver on Canada's west coast. Vancouver represents an opportunity for visitors to explore a bustling metropolitan environment - or continue their adventure on cruises which head north, up Canada's Pacific coast, towards the beautiful frozen landscapes of Alaska.
Onboard the Rocky Mountaineer, each incredible sight may be experienced the comfort of your plush, luxury carriage. As the scenery rolls by, passengers are treated to a variety of delicious food and drink, freshly prepared by the train's chef and served by a friendly staff. To get the most from your epic surroundings, the Rocky Mountaineer travels during the day, with overnight stops at the charming mountain towns of Kamloops, Quesnel and Whistler.
Every day on the Rocky Mountaineer is different and, as you wind your way through secluded mountain passes, you will experience a variety of mountain terrain - from towering snow-capped peaks, plunging canyons and thick pine forests, to churning river rapids, hot springs and frozen tundra. The abundant wildlife of the Rocky Mountains bursts to life at every turn and, during their time in the untamed wilderness, passengers should expect to spot black bears, deer, eagles and even the occasional wolf.
Here at Titan we have created a range of exclusive tours in the Rocky Mountains, which let visitors make their own journeys of discovery onboard the Rocky Mountaineer. Our tours include coach and rail sections, focusing on the highlights of the vast national parks of Banff and Jasper in Alberta and the rural beauty of Canada's westernmost province, British Columbia.
One of our flagship tours, 'The World's Most Spectacular Rail Journey', focuses on the frontier spirit of the Rockies and includes excursions to the captivating Lake Louise in Banff National Park and the Columbia Icefield, where visitors head out in an all-terrain Ice Explorer for an opportunity to hike the ancient Athabasca Glacier. Joining the Rocky Mountaineer in the town of Jasper, the tour rolls west, past Mount Robson, Pyramid Falls and the glaciers of the Albreda Icefields. After stopping overnight in the town of Kamloops, the Rocky Mountaineer's journey continues towards the Pacific ocean, passing through the Cascade Mountains and the Hell's Gate rapids of Fraser Canyon, before reaching, the beautiful city of Vancouver. This amazing tour then continues onto the cosmopolitan city of Seattle, the gateway to the Pacific Northwest.
At Titan, creating your Rocky Mountaineer holiday is simple. We offer a range of scheduled flights to Canada, with a VIP Home Departure Service included. When you step off the plane, dedicated Tour Managers remain on hand at all times to offer advice and information on any aspect of your trip, leaving you completely free to absorb everything the Rockies have to offer. The Rockies were meant to be explored and, on a Rocky Mountaineer tour, your frontier adventure is closer thank you think.
First Passage to the West
Journey through the Clouds
Late Availability holidays aboard the Rocky Mountaineer