Rocky Mountaineer Rainforest to Gold Rush
Rainforest to Gold Rush on the Rocky MountaineerMost Popular Rail Tours on the Rainforest to Gold RushClassic Canadian Rockies and Whistler(Classic Canadian Rockies and Whistler)Mode of Travel: Rail
Rocky Mountaineer Rainforest to Gold Rush is carved through extreme landscapes like BC's coastal rain forest, the rugged Fraser Canyon, and the historic Cariboo gold rush region.
Rocky Mountaineer Breathtaking Rail Scenery
Rail Tour on the Rocky Mountaineer and enjoy some of the most breathtaking and varied rail scenery found anywhere in the world on this route. Travel past stunning lakes, through the coastal rainforest and the desert-like conditions of the Fraser Canyon into the vast ranch lands of the Cariboo Plateau. Visit the Gold Pan City of Quesnel, journey through the Rocky Mountain Trench, be awestruck by spectacular Mount Robson, and arrive in the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies.
Rocky Mountaineer Amazing Sights Along the Way
North America's southernmost fjord, Howe Sound extends from West Vancouver towards Squamish, offering an expansive playground for sailing, diving, fishing, and ocean gazing.
Complete with clear waters and an old sunken ship to explore, Porteau Cove is a diver's dream come true.
Named for its milky jade-coloured water, Green Lake is surrounded by birch trees and smiling swimmers who may be blissfully unaware of how cold glacial water can be.
Views of mountain peaks, endless sunshine, and pristine water conditions make this lake a secret recreational paradise. The tracks follow the lake shore for 24 kilometres (15 miles).
Once upon a time, Seton and Anderson Lakes were one body of water. Cut in two by an ancient landslide, Seton Lake is now a greener, milkier shade than her blue-watered sister.
During the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush, the "Grand Canyon of the North" was flooded with over 10,000 gold prospectors eager to stake a claim .
Look up, waaaaay up. Also known as "The Great White Fright", Mount Robson claims the title of the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies at a staggering 3,954 meters (12,972 feet).
VANCOUVER.....WHISTLER.....QUESNEL.....JASPER (OR REVERSE)Number Days Rail Tour: 5 Days Rail Tour Northern Explorer(Northern Explorer)Modes of Travel: Rail - CoachVANCOUVER.....WHISTLER.....QUESNEL.....JASPER.....LAKE LOUISE.....BANFF
.....CALGARY (OR REVERSE)Number Days Rail Tour: 9 Days Rail Tour Rainforest to Gold Rush Discovery Drive(Rainforest to Gold Rush Discovery Drive)Modes of Travel: Rail - Car (Self Drive in the Rockies)
.....CALGARY (OR REVERSE)Number Days Rail Tour: 9 Days Rail Tour