Rocky Mountaineer

The experience onboard Rocky Mountaineer’s all-dome fleet features rich, historic storytelling, world-class cuisine, and a first-hand look at lush green forests and turquoise glacier-fed lakes, all from the comfort of reclining plush seats. While nature’s wonders unfold out the windows, you can truly unwind. Whether with a glass of sauvignon blanc in the comfort of the domed car, or on the outdoor viewing platform inhaling the fresh mountain air, Rocky Mountaineer is a chance to unplug and relax fully into the sumptuous surroundings.

A true feast for the senses, the gourmet cuisine accompanies the stunning scenery and award-winning service. Before each season, Rocky Mountaineer’s talented Executive Chefs reimagine a menu inspired by the bounty of the passing regions, highlighting ingredients such as Pacific salmon and prime Alberta beef. With classic Canadian breakfasts and three-course lunches, the culinary service gives a taste of some of the cuisine that Canada is known for. The culinary trip onboard is highlighted by prize-winning wines from British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley, local Canadian beers, and high-end spirits.

The stunning scenery with endless views and delectable cuisine are enough to keep you enthralled, but beyond that, there’s the chance to make new friends and connect with traveling companions while taking in this memorable trip of a lifetime.

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Special Travel Offers with Rocky Mountaineer

2018 CAA Vacations® Complimentary Inclusions
CAA Double Member Benefit - CAA Members booking a 2018 Circle Journey or a Coastal Passage vacation receive double the standard Rocky Mountaineer CAA Member Benefit - up to $400 per couple merchandise credit* to use onboard the train and more.

Peaks & Perks
Book a qualifying 2019 package of 8+ days and receive $800 per couple in added value. Or, book a qualifying 2019 package of 5-7 days and receive $500 per couple in added value. Offer expires October 26, 2018.


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"The Rocky Mountains offer some of the most rugged terrain in North America, and although they can be explored by road, taking a train trip is the better way to truly soak in the scenery." -USA Today