Enjoy an adventure in the Rockies, including stays in Vancouver, Lake Louise and Banff, and an iconic train journey through one of the world's most spectacular landscapes
Canada's scenery is breathtaking, and at its heart is one of the
greatest mountain ranges, the Rockies. With white peaks, valleys,
forests and more animals than people, it's the perfect destination
for a wilderness break. As it's a vast area, one of the best ways
to see its highlights is on board Rocky Mountaineer.
On this nine-day holiday, with dates available throughout 2021,
you'll enjoy two days in vibrant Vancouver, then board the train
for a journey to Lake Louise. Rolling along tracks carved into
cliffs, Rocky Mountaineer weaves past lakes and river canyons
towards the Rockies. You'll stop in Kamloops in British Columbia
overnight and disembark in Lake Louise.
You'll have time to explore Jasper National Park and the
Columbia Icefield, where you can stride out on the Skywalk and ride
an Ice Explorer to the middle of the Athabasca Glacier. Your
adventure continues in Banff, where you'll enjoy nature walks, hot
mineral pools and a cruise on Lake Minnewanka before returning to
the UK from Calgary.
Ride on board Rocky Mountaineer
You'll enjoy the SilverLeaf Service on this stylish train, which
includes breakfasts and lunches on board, as well as the chance to
admire mountain vistas through panoramic windows in a glass-domed
coach. There's an outdoor viewing area for a closer look at the
scenery and wildlife, which may include bald eagles, ospreys, elk,
moose and bears.
Explore the city that hugs Canada's west coast. There's a
thriving arts scene, Canada's largest Chinatown, Capilano
Suspension Bridge Park, Stanley Park and the Vancouver Lookout for
From Banff's mountain lakes and waterfalls to Jasper National
Park and the Columbia Icefield, one of the largest accumulations of
ice south of the Arctic Circle, this trip includes some of Canada's
most iconic landscapes. You'll also visit scenic Yoho Valley and
see natural wonders such as Takakkaw Falls, Kicking Horse Pass and
the Spiral Tunnels.
A National Park Pass is included, as well as activities such as
riding an Ice Explorer, going on the Banff Gondola and venturing on
to the Skywalk.