Royal Clubhouse Golf Excursion is not offered this year. Other spectacular tours on the Royal Canadian Pacific are currently available for travel.
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Experience the magnificent scenery of the Canadian Rockies while you tee off on four of Western Canada’s award-winning courses. Relax in luxury aboard the Royal Canadian Pacific Rail and enjoy your well-earned rewards in the Royal Canadian Pacific Clubhouse. All around are snow-capped mountains, lush green forests and cascading waterfalls.
As you hit the links, you’ll not only play impressive courses in the midst of stunning terrain, but stand in awe of elk and other wildlife in their natural surroundings. At night, you’ll relive the shots of the game, anticipating the excitement of another round tomorrow. Discover a golfing experience par excellence!
Royal Canadian Pacific has earned the reputation as the finest luxury rail tour in the world. From comfortable accommodations to world-class cuisine to impeccable onboard service, you’ll be whisked away to a world where rail travel continues to be the pinnacle of sophistication and elegance.
Come travel with Royal Canadian Pacific for six days/five nights, round trip from Calgary, Alberta.
your Royal Golf Excursion by train.
- Stewart Creek Golf Club, Canmore, Alberta
- Eagle Ranch Golf Resort, Invermere, B.C.
- GreyWolf Golf Course, Panorama, B.C.
- The Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course, Banff, Alberta
Day One - Calgary - The Heart of the New West
Your journey begins in Calgary where you can explore the city’s rich Western heritage, and pioneer spirit surrounded by the majestic Canadian Rockies. Before you depart, take some time to explore Calgary’s many cultural attractions, international cuisine and world-class shopping. Board your luxury train at the Canadian Pacific Railway Pavilion, in the heart of downtown. As the train departs, enjoy a cocktail reception and dinner as you watch the sun set over this pristine wilderness.
Day 2 - Course 1 - Stewart Creek Golf & Country Club; Canmore, Alberta
After you arrive in Banff, a short drive will take you to Stewart Creek Golf & Country Club, the pinnacle of Canadian mountain golf. This spectacular Par 72, 18 hole course is consistently ranked 4.5 stars by Golf Digest. Designed by Canadian architect, Gary Browning, the course personifies his vision on the first tee to “place players up there and take their breath away.” Amid a breathtaking mountain setting, extraordinary vistas, naturally sculpted fairways and a fascinating past, the course is a modern classic. After the game, relax onboard as you head west to Golden, British Columbia, traveling through historic Kicking Horse Pass.
Day 3 - Course 2 - Eagle Ranch Resort; Invermere, British Columbia
Situated in the Invermere Valley in British Columbia, Eagle Ranch is an 18-hole, championship 6,600 yard course designed by golf architect, William G. Robertson. Featuring a varied landscape that follows the natural contours of the area with multiple tees on every hole, the course challenges players of all skill levels. Overlooking Lake Windemere, this is one course you’ll remember for years to come. At night, you’ll return to the train for an exquisite dinner and an overnight stay.
Day 4 - Course 3 - Carrick’s Greywolf; Panorama, British
Enjoy a brief transfer up into Panorama, aptly named for its dramatic scenery, to this impressive course. Designed by Doug Carrick, this award-winning masterpiece has been receiving accolades for 10 years. Imagine a challenging course, set amid the mountainous backdrop with generous fairways, receptive greens and water on most holes. Visually intimidating, yet the course is very playable. After a most memorable day, just admire the lush greenery as we travel back to Lake Louise, where you’ll enjoy the hospitality of a first-class hotel.
Day 5 - Course 4 - Fairmont Banff Springs Golf Course, Banff, Alberta
Have we saved the best for last? With breathtaking views in every direction as well as a magnificent layout, you’ll have to decide. This 27-hole championship course has a captivating and challenging design with landscaped optical illusions that mystify amateurs and professionals alike. If you’re up for the task, “Devil’s Cauldron” on the 4th hole has received widespread acclaim throughout the world. Enjoy one last dinner onboard the Royal Canadian Pacific rail as you head back to Calgary.
Day 6: - Depart for home
After breakfast and checkout, return to the Calgary International Airport for your return flights home, filled with memories on the greens that will stay etched in your mind forever.
We suggest that guests arrive in Calgary one day prior to departure. The city has many famous attractions including Fort Calgary, the Glenbow Museum, the Calgary Zoo, Calgary Tower, Canada Olympic Park, and more than 20 golf courses. For recommendations on activities or assistance in hotel reservations for pre-tour stays, please contact Vacations by Rail.