Rocky Mountaineer offers luxury train journeys that showcase some of the most spectacular scenery North America has to offer. Rocky Mountaineer offers four rail routes: three that connect Vancouver to the Canadian Rockies towns of Banff, Lake Louise and Jasper in Western Canada; and a fourth route that travels between Denver, Colorado and Moab, Utah in the Southwest United States. It is a must-do travel experience that offers unparalleled journeys in its spacious glass-domed train coaches thanks to the incredible scenery, delicious cuisine, friendly service, and social atmosphere. Since it was founded in 1990, Rocky Mountaineer has welcomed more than two million guests and become the largest privately-owned premium tourist train in the world.
Our newest route, Rockies to the Red Rocks, travels between Denver, Colorado, and Moab, Utah, with an overnight stay in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. This two-day route is steeped in history and full of opportunities to explore the magnificent scenery and iconic destinations of the region. Vast canyons, chromatic deserts, natural archways, and enchanting hoodoos are just the beginning. The train winds alongside rivers, through mountain ranges, and past ancient rock canyons as it travels between the mile-high city of Denver to the red rock formations of Moab.
See the unseen West and enjoy the onboard experience that you’ve come to expect from us: entertaining stories from our onboard Hosts and those special luxurious touches that spell comfort. Rocky Mountaineer only travels during the day and features oversized windows, so you won’t miss a moment of the ever-changing landscapes.