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Rocky Mountaineer celebrates spring with North American rail holiday ideas

Rocky Mountaineer celebrates spring with North American rail holiday ideas

Spring is in the air and Rocky Mountaineer’s new Spring Bonus offer is adding to the excitement.

Until May 29th qualifying new bookings receive a free night in Seattle, Vancouver or Calgary on Rocky Mountaineer packages of four nights or more, plus choice of an airport transfer or a city tour if booking a Rocky Mountaineer package of seven nights or more.

One of the many eligible Rocky Mountaineer holiday packages is the Canadian Rockies Highlights and Coastal Passage trip.

The eight-day/seven-night journey travels between the cosmopolitan city of Seattle and the majestic Canadian Rockies with a stopover in Vancouver, and features an array of activities for the timid and the adventurous, highlighting iconic landmarks in Lake Louise and Banff, AB.

Rocky Mountaineer’s award-winning GoldLeaf Service offers guests an unforgettable journey, complete with gourmet cuisine, world-class guest service and panoramic views of cascading waterfalls, snowcapped mountains and old growth forests from the comfort of its custom made bi-level dome cars.


This year marks the 25th anniversary for Rocky Mountaineer and the company has a lot to celebrate.

Since its inception in 1990, Rocky Mountaineer has grown to be the largest privately owned luxury tourist train in the world and is considered by many as the only way to see the Canadian Rockies.

In the past 25 years, the train has welcomed on-board over one and a half million guests from around the globe.

With over 45 holiday packages, five unique rail routes, and iconic destinations such as Seattle, WA, Vancouver and Whistler, BC, and the majestic Canadian Rockies in Alberta, there is a journey for anyone looking for a life changing experience.

The world renowned train travels by daylight through the diverse landscapes of the Pacific Northwest and Western Canada while guests relish the breath-taking views of tumbling waterfalls, glacier-capped mountains and wildlife of the regions.