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EXPERIENCE SCENIC ROUTES

The award-winning Rocky Mountaineer operates in three routes traversing through Alberta and British Columbia. Know more about these scenic routes:

First Passage to the West

Rocky Mountaineer’s most popular route, and the only passenger rail service on the historic Canadian Pacific track. Route highlights include Cisco Crossing, Hell’s Gate, Spiral Tunnels, Avalanche Valley, Jaws of Death Gorge, Black Canyon, Hoodoos, Stoney Creek Bridge, Rogers Pass, Kicking Horse River, Castle Mountain and Mount Rundle.

Journey Through the Clouds

Experience a piece of heaven on earth with this unforgettable route. Witness unspoiled beauty from the bustling city of Vancouver to the beautiful mountain town of Jasper, the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies. Route highlights include Fort Langley, Hell’s Gate, Cisco Crossing, Rainbow Canyon, Avalanche Valley, Jaws Death of Gorge, Black Canyon, Pyramid Falls, Albreda Glacier, Moose Lake, Yellowhead and the majestic Mount Robson.

Rainforest to Goldrush

Discover Canada’s diverse landscape from British Columbia’s coastal rainforest, the ski resort town of Whistler to the historic gold rush town of Quesnel. This route begins or ends in Vancouver or in the picturesque town of Jasper. Route highlights include Cheakamus Canyon, Brandywine Falls, Green Lake, Fraser River Bridge, Pavilion, Deep Creek Bridge, Cotton River Bridge, Moose Lake, Yellowhead Lake and Mount Robson.
Rocky Mountaineer Route Map
Rocky Mountaineer Route Map
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