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Rocky Mountaineer

Rocky Mountaineer

Rolling retreats aboard the rocky mountaineer redefines mobile meetings

Seven mountain ranges. Three unique routes. One unforgettable meeting by rail through Canada’s untamed Rocky Mountains. Private dome cars, luxurious lounges and stunning vistas provide the backdrop to an unconventional meeting. Between business sessions soak in the sights: glacier-capped jagged mountain peaks, swirling rivers pooling into lakes straight out of a fairytale, big game wildlife within reach of your camera’s lens. Strategize in utter seclusion by day, then cap each one off in five-star luxury. You’ll be amazed at the creative outcomes you can reach while aboard.

Ideal Group Size 16 or More Guests

Motivate your team to think outside the box or knock their sales targets out of the ballpark. A voyage aboard the Rocky Mountaineer is the ultimate reward. Travel by day through some of Canada’s most breathtaking scenes only accessible by rail, then bed down in luxurious style each night in a five-star mountain resort.

Exclusive charter of GoldLeaf Service and SilverLeaf Service coaches and lounge cars for incentive groups and corporate retreats.

This place is perfect for teambuilding and incentive programs that:

  • Want to move souls, literally, and figuratively
  • Seek to transform organizations through demonstrated out-of-the-box thinking
  • Desire immersive, uninterrupted experiences
  • Look for exceptional ways to cultivate team spirit

You can count on:

  • Open hearts. Open minds. Everyone’s welcome aboard
  • Impeccable service, gourmet food and fine Canadian wine on board the train
  • Charming and entertaining onboard hosts epitomize Canadian hospitality
  • Plenty of oohs and ahhs and photo ops traversing the Canadian Rockies by rail
  • One-of-a-kind mountain adventures for the mild or wild at heart
  • Tucking into a five-star resort each night, soft pillows, sweet dreams guaranteed

Weather in Western Canada

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3.6°C to 15.5°C

38.5°F to 59.9°F

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9.8°C to 23.7°C

49.6°F to 74.7°F

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4.9°C to 16.7°C

40.8°F to 62.1°F

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The Rocky Mountaineer train traveling over a rail bridge

Vancouver, British Columbia to Banff, Alberta (or reverse) traverses the Continental Divide on the same route that united Canada from east and west.  Along the way pass wind-swept hoodoos, the Kickinghorse River, spiral tunnels and Castle Mountain en route to a luxurious stay in Lake Louise — the most photographed spot in the Rockies.

The Rocky Mountaineer train traveling near a lake

Vancouver <‑-> Jasper

Vancouver, British Columbia to Jasper, Alberta (or reverse) follows the whitewater rapids of the Fraser River Canyon, climbing toward Pyramid Falls and the highest peak in the Rockies at Mount Robson before pulling into Jasper, a quiet town in the largest of Canada’s mountain parks.

The Rocky Mountaineer train traveling through a mountain tunnel

Longer Journeys

Longer journeys are also available — 

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