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Get insider sightseeing tips on the best things to do in Vancouver, British Columbia, from resident and Fairmont Hotel Vancouver concierge Debbie Wild.
Where does the inspiration for the food served onboard our train come from? Get the story straight from the source, our Executive Chef Jean Pierre Guerin!
Learn what to pack for a Canadian Rockies rail adventure with us from our very own rail expert.
Eat your way through Western Canada and its unique history at these historic restaurants and dining venues found at our rail vacation destinations from Vancouver to the Canadian Rockies.
Nestled within the Canadian Rockies, Jasper, Alberta, offers an endless choice of activities and attractions. See our shortlist of what to do in Jasper and make the most of your time exploring the town and Jasper National Park.
Want to know what you’ll see on a Canadian Rockies train trip? Take a look at these photo highlights from landscape photographer Paul Zizka’s unforgettable two-day rail tour from Banff to Vancouver.
Be the expert! Learn the differences (and similarities) between our two luxury rail service levels, so you can choose the one that's right for your Canadian Rockies rail tour.
Relax and rejuvenate at these picturesque mountain spa and hot springs sure to soothe your body and your soul.
Are you curious to see how a rail journey with us begins? Watch this video to get a feel for what it's like at our Vancouver station and to experience one of our wave-offs for yourself.
If you’re looking for things to do in Banff, this iconic mountain town in Banff National Park offers never-ending choice. Get some vacation ideas with these activities and attractions.
Get a glimpse of the little things that can leave a big impression when you travel by train through the Rocky Mountains. Your luxury holiday needs to be memorable. We promise it will be.
Banff, Lake Louise, and Jasper, are responsible for the area’s “iconic” status, and rightfully so. But they’re not just beautiful, these vacation spots each offer itineraries that can tick the boxes for any type of traveller.
The Canadian Rockies represent a kind of culinary sweet spot, sandwiched between British Columbia, with its bounty of seafood and celebrated vineyards, and Alberta, home to 40 per cent of Canada's beef production and many of its agricultural crops.
Can’t make a decision between driving or taking the train? Here's all you need to know to plan a Canadian Rockies vacation by road, rail, or both.