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Carve through Canada's extreme landscapes including the largest temperate rainforest in the world, the rugged desertification of the Fraser Canyon, and the highest peaks in the Canadian Rockies.

Vancouver to Whistler (NEW)

Now departing from cosmopolitan Vancouver, this three day journey onboard Rocky Mountaineer will have you travelling along the Sea to Sky Corridor to the charming village of Whistler. You will enjoy dramatic scenery as you slowly make the climb from the sparkling Pacific Ocean to old-growth forests and snow-capped mountain peaks. Overnight in hotel accommodation.

Whistler to Quesnel

Depart from Whistler to the historic shorelines of Anderson and Seton Lakes, which allowed steamboats to open the interior of BC for colonization. Just beyond lies the semi-desert scrub of the Fraser Canyon and the Cariboo Plateau ranchlands. The day concludes as the train follows the Fraser River into Quesnel. Overnight in hotel accommodation.

Quesnel to Jasper

The next morning, the journey continues east through the ethereal borders of Northern BC, where the influence of the First Nations people is felt more strongly than anywhere else. The Rocky Mountain Trench gives way to the mountains that rise steeply to the north and south. Visitors will have a chance to photograph Mount Robson, soaring at 3,954 metres, before arriving at the heritage town of Jasper.


Rainforest to Gold Rush route

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Eastbound Vancouver to Jasper

APR 28

MAY 5 12 19 26

JUN 2 9 16 23 30

JUL 7 14 21 28

AUG 4 11 18 25

SEP 1 8 15 22 29



Westbound Jasper to Vancouver

MAY 1 8 15 22 29

JUN 5 12 19 26

JUL 3 10 17 24 31

AUG 7 14 21 28

SEP 4 11 18 25

OCT 2 9

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