The world famous Rocky Mountaineer revealed it’s newest route in August 2021. This is the first service wholly inside the United States. With it’s distinctive blue, white and gold livery the newly released route will start in Moab with an overnight stop in Glenwood Springs and continue the following day to Denver. The offering does not include a Goldleaf Service but a SilverLeaf and a … Continue reading Rocky Mountaineer – Rockies to the Red Rocks
It was a very early start and we had to be downstairs by 05.50 to take the coach to the station. Luggage is left in your room and is transported to your next hotel, in this case to Banff. We parked up waiting for one more coach to arrive and like a well oiled machine each coach in order pulled along side it’s train car … Continue reading Rocky Mountaineer – Day 2: Kamloops to Banff
Rocky Mountaineer is a privately owned rail service that operates on three different routes. This journey is on First Passage to the West Eastbound from Vancouver to Banff. Important to note about Rocky Mountaineer and settle some misconceptions There are no overnights on the train – it is not a sleeper service The days are long and can be between 10.5 and 14 hours with … Continue reading Rocky Mountaineer – Day 1: Vancouver to Kamloops
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