Rocky Mountaineer has announced the launch of its 2012 virtual brochure featuring two new additions to its Western Canadian rail itineraries. In the upcoming season, Rocky Mountaineer will debut the Coastal Passage route, a scenic journey connecting Seattle, WA, to Vancouver, BC; and will also offer its new SilverLeaf Service on increased departures on the company’s flagship route, First Passage to the West. All 2012 packages are now available on rockymountaineer.com.
The new Coastal Passage route will connect Seattle, WA, and Vancouver, BC, en-route to the Canadian Rockies. The new route marks Rocky Mountaineer’s fifth rail journey and its first from the U.S. Guests will traverse the Pacific Northwest from the comfort of Rocky Mountaineer’s luxurious GoldLeaf Service, a bi-level dome coach that offers panoramic views and a private dining car. After an overnight stay in Vancouver, BC, guests will continue on to their final destination of either Banff or Jasper, AB.
In 2012, SilverLeaf Service will be available on all First Passage to the West itineraries between Vancouver, BC, and Banff/Calgary, AB. RedLeaf Service guests will have the option to upgrade to SilverLeaf Service to experience a single-level dome coach that offers a 167 percent larger viewing area than RedLeaf Service. Combined with entertaining onboard commentary and hot meal service at their seats, SilverLeaf offers guests affordable luxury.
For more information, visit rockymountaineer.com.