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Rocky Mountaineer celebrates 30th anniversary

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Agents can help Rocky Mountaineer celebrate its 30th anniversary by taking part in a Rocky Mountaineer and Air Canada Turn of Year Agent Incentive to win a trip on one of the iconic train’s trips through western Canada.

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Rocky Mountaineer trains travel through majestic mountain scenery
Rocky Mountaineer trains travel through majestic mountain scenery

Since launching in 1990, Rocky Mountaineer has given more than two million guests access to spectacular mountain scenery that was previously totally inaccessible for visitors and has become one of Canada’s must-do experiences.

 

Journey of a lifetime

Guests can marvel at the majestic Rockies as the train winds through towering mountain ranges, while enjoying fine dining and marvelling at Canada’s roaming and unique wildlife for an unforgettable, life-changing experience.

 

Operating from spring to mid-October and travelling by daylight only, the one-of-a-kind Rocky Mountaineer capitalises on every daylight moment to create a journey of a lifetime. Guests stay in carefully appointed hotels overnight to ensure no view goes unseen.

 

There are two levels of service - GoldLeaf or SilverLeaf – both offering extraordinary experiences for clients including customised dome train cars with panoramic windows and outdoor observation decks so guests can breathe in the fresh, crisp air of the Canadian Rockies.

 

GoldLeaf also offers several upgrades including two-level domes with observing space upstairs and a dining space for a la carte meals on the lower level.

Rocky Mountaineer's GoldLeaf carriages offer plenty of viewing opportunities
Rocky Mountaineer's GoldLeaf carriages offer plenty of viewing opportunities

Rail routes

There are three Rocky Mountaineer rail routes, each with their own distinctive highlights:

First Passage to the West: runs between Vancouver through to Banff or Lake Louise with an overnight stop in Kamloops.

Journey Through the Clouds: runs between Vancouver and Jasper with an overnight stay in Kamloops.

Rainforest to Gold Rush: runs from Vancouver to Jasper with overnight stays in Whistler and Quesnel.

 

All routes run eastbound or westbound, depending on preference. More information on Rocky Mountaineer routes

Turn of the Year Incentive

Rocky Mountaineer and Air Canada have teamed up for Turn of the Year Incentive to give away a trip for two aboard Rocky Mountaineer in GoldLeaf service to travel on either the First Passage to the West Route or Journey Through the Clouds rail route, with Air Canada providing round-trip flights to the lucky winner too.

Win a Rocky Mountaineer trip
Win a Rocky Mountaineer trip

To be in with a chance of winning this once-in-a-lifetime prize, agents must book any Rocky Mountaineer rail journey or package with return flights to Canada with Air Canada between 4 January and 31 March 2020, as well as completing Rocky Mountaineer’s TRACKS agent training programme.

 

The incentive is open now until March 31, 2020, and participating agents should email their booking reference and airline locator to competition@rockymountaineer.com

 

Full terms and conditions for the Turn of the Year Incentive are available online.

 

Create an Agent Portal login today to access sales and marketing tools, register for upcoming webinars, make a booking and more.

 

Complete our online Agent Training programme TRACKS to become a Rocky Mountaineer Specialist and gain access to exclusive perks and benefits.

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