Travelers who have the passion to experience historical adventure should consider the Canadian Rockies by rail. For the ultimate experience, one should look no further than the Rocky Mountaineer!
The Rocky Mountaineer train is the only luxurious way to travel by rail through the Canadian Rockies and across Western Canada. Carving through the Canadian Rockies onboard their luxury coach, you’ll come face to face with magnificent scenery that’s so perfect, you might just ask to be pinched.
The Rocky Mountaineer is a world-class travel experience, operating on not just one but four different routes in the Canadian Rockies, through spectacular scenery with truly excellent on-board service. With arrival and departure locations in Vancouver, Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper & Calgary (and even Seattle), your western Canadian experience is covered!
Within the unique world of rail travel, Rocky Mountaineer is so much more than just a train. It’s the key to unlocking a hidden world of unparalleled beauty as you carve through otherwise inaccessible terrain in the Canadian Rockies. And your job aboard their all-dome fleet? To indulge in the most luxurious journey you’ve ever experienced. It’s a tall order, but on this train you are always moving in the right direction.
Not to be out done by the scenery, the food onboard the train is incredible. Their team of award-winning Chefs relish in creating sophisticated and diverse menus with the finest, locally sourced ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. The Rocky Mountaineer offers two levels of service, GoldLeaf Service and SilverLeaf Service for your journey. It is a hard choice to make! Our advice: take a deep breath and get ready to be spoiled in their all-dome fleet, no matter what class of service you choose.
Golf Leaf Service: With unparalleled panoramic views from your seat in the upper-level of their custom-designed, bi-level glass-dome coach, you might find yourself “going for Gold” again and again.
Silver Leaf Service: Want a few more silver touches? Discover SilverLeaf Service—their single-level glass-dome service with stunning views of the pristine Canadian Wilderness.