Embark on an awe-inspiring rail journey as you travel through the Canadian Rockies or the American Southwest with Rocky Mountaineer — a perfect gateway to experiencing the most exclusive and stunning sights of North America in total extravagance.
A true feast for the senses, the exquisite cuisine accompanies the natural wonders and award-winning service. As you enjoy culinary delights, a team of onboard Hosts regales you with details of a dramatic past and charms you with fascinating historical facts about monuments and landmarks just outside your window.
Rocky Mountaineer offers two levels of luxury, GoldLeaf Service and SilverLeaf Service, both featuring glass-domed rail coaches, world-class service and compelling storytelling from onboard Hosts, delectable food, and all the comforts Rocky Mountaineer is known for. GoldLeaf Service is available only on Rocky Mountaineer's Canadian routes; choose SilverLeaf Service on all routes, with the SilverLeaf Plus enhancement available exclusively on the US route, Rockies to the Red Rocks.
Stepping onto the bi-level, glass-domed train cars of GoldLeaf Service is a luxurious experience unto itself. With sprawling windows on the upper level, you can feast your eyes on panoramic views from every angle. On the lower level, an elegant dining room awaits, where you have the opportunity to sit with other travelers and enjoy a freshly prepared breakfast and three-course lunch as the dramatic Rocky Mountain scenery unfolds outside the windows next to you.
Rocky Mountaineer's SilverLeaf Service makes everything shine. The custom-designed, single-level, glass-domed SilverLeaf Service coaches put guests right in the heart of the awe-inspiring scenery from Western Canada to the Canadian Rockies as well as the American Rockies to the Red Rocks. You can take in the panoramic views through oversized windows as you enjoy delectable gourmet cuisine and captivating storytelling by our engaging Hosts. It’s an award-winning, life-changing experience that’s famous around the world for one reason — there’s simply nothing else like it.
There are four Rocky Mountaineer routes, each have their own distinctive highlights and charm. With every route, travelers can choose to head either east or west — just know that the reverse of what is described below is possible, and it is equally stunning.
History comes alive as you travel the rail route that united Canada as a nation more than 130 years ago, from lush rainforests, through the semi-arid desert, alongside the powerful Kicking Horse River, and into the Rocky Mountain towns of Lake Louise & Banff.
Traveling between Vancouver, Kamloops and Jasper, this route lives up to its romantic name. Weaving alongside the Fraser River and through craggy mountains, you’ll view the vast white expanse of the Albreda Glacier, the rushing waters of Pyramid Falls and towering Mount Robson, the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies.
Recapture the romance of the Gold Rush era as you ascend through the rugged mountain terrain of Whistler, host mountain resort of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Continue traveling toward the old mining trail known as the Cariboo Wagon Road and historic Quesnel, the Gold Pan City, then onto Jasper, the quaint mountain town nestled in the snow-capped Canadian Rockies.
From red sandstone landscapes that twist through the bright blue sky, to chromatic deserts and vast canyons, this stunning rail route is filled with highlights best seen from Rocky Mountaineer’s expansive glass-domed coaches. Observe the enchanting hoodoos, spires and spectacular landscapes while learning the history of the region as you travel between Denver, Colorado and Moab, Utah.