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It's true! You do eat with your eyes first. Especially at these Canadian Rockies and West Coast places that serve fresh, local food along with inspiring views and experiences that you won't soon forget!
Discover things to see in British Columbia and Alberta on a rail tour through Canadian Rockies’ landscapes filled with majestic mountain peaks, turquoise lakes, waterfalls and glaciers.
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.
What makes for a trip of a lifetime? Join legendary American film director Penelope Spheeris as she discovers the sights, sounds and experiences of the Canadian Rockies on one of the world’s most remarkable rail journeys.
Embark on a Canadian Rockies tour by train with legendary American film director Penelope Spheeris as your guide.
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.
The mystique of the Canadian Rockies lies in the pristine, dramatic landscapes that we can now travel through in comfort. But this route was only made possible in the late 19th century thanks to the incredible human effort that built the Trans-Canada Railroad.
A luxury train journey into Alberta and British Columbia’s Rocky Mountains is a window into all things quintessentially Canadian. If you’re thinking of going west, here are some of our best tips on how to see and do it all.
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.