The Canadian Rockies is home to five national parks and charming alpine towns, and is one of Canada’s most popular destinations. Travel into the heart of incredible scenery on a Canadian Rockies train vacation and experience stunning vistas ranging from verdant river valleys and dramatic rock sheds to lush rainforests and deep canyons with the peaks of the majestic mountains, which span more than 69,000 square miles across two provinces, looming high above.
A Canadian Rockies tour can be part of a more extensive Canada train vacation or your sole vacation destination. Each include travel into the region aboard Western Canada’s preeminent trains as well as visits to must-see destinations like Banff National Park where you can travel aboard the Banff Gondola for the 8-minute ride to the top of Sulphur Mountain for panoramic views of the area; Lake Louise, known for its turquoise waters; the Columbia Icefield, situated along the Icefields Parkway; and, Jasper National Park, the largest national park in Canada.
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Train through the Canadian Rockies
Beautiful Banff Rail & Drive - Vancouver to Calgary 6 days from $2223
Discover the Canadian Rockies by rail and car.
Best of the Rockies 8 days from $3255
Travel through the Canadian Rockies is twice the fun when you combine two amazing train routes into one Rockies rail adventure! Your tour begins in Vancouver, where you will board the famed Rocky Mountaineer scenic touring train to Banff.
Canada’s Rockies & Alaska Cruise 15 days from $3300
The best of the Canadian Rockies plus cruising Alaska's Inside Passage equals the ultimate scenic sightseeing adventure! Nothing beats a combination of train and coach travel through the heart of the Rockies, the raw beauty of Alaska's Inside Passage, and ample time at your leisure.
Departs from May 2015 to September 2016.
Canadian Rockies At Leisure - Vancouver to Calgary 10 days from $3722
This trip blends breathtaking adventure with plenty of time to relax and take in the Canadian Rockies on your own.
Departs from April 2015 to October 2015.