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Free upgrade to SilverLeaf & GoldLeaf Service

06 May

Rocky Mountain Holidays have just released a free rail upgrade promotion. For a limited time, book a qualifying Rocky Mountaineer holiday package of four nights or more and receive a free rail seat upgrade on select dates in 2013. Space is limited and availability changes daily.

The Rocky Mountaineer train departs from Banff and so can easily be integrated into your Banff National Park vacation plans. This spectacular 2-day rail journey will take you through to Vancouver (with an overnight in Kamloops). It is the only all-day sightseeing train which travels through the Canadian Rockies. There are 3 levels of onboard service available: RedLeaf, SilverLeaf and GoldLeaf.

For more information on this limited time free rail service upgrade promotion, be sure to check out the Rocky Mountaineer deals on RockyMountainHolidays.com. This offer is expected to end by sometime next month (June 2013) and is subject to availability.

All aboard!

 

Banff to Vancouver 2-day Train Sale – Rocky Mountaineer

10 Oct

Ever wanted to experience the award winning Rocky Mountaineer train 2-day rail from Banff to Vancouver, with an overnight in Kamloops? Rocky Mountain Holidays have undisclosed discounts on select 2-day rail departures in 2013 which we are estimating will be of significant savings. They are also offering discounts on departures from Calgary and Lake Louise to Vancouver as well as from Jasper to Vancouver.

Click on the link below for more details and let us know how much you save!!!

http://rockymountainholidays.com/rocky-mountaineer-deals.html

 

Rocky Mountaineer Record Departure

30 Sep

The Rocky Mountaineer train departing tomorrow from Vancouver, October 1st 2010, is the company’s largest departure in their history, and will set a record for the largest passenger rail train in North American history – a total of 1331 guests!

Rocky Mountaineer Record Departure

This will be one of the last Rocky Mountaineer train departures for 2010 but 2011 Rocky Mountaineer packages are now available for booking with early-bird savings of up to $1,400 per couple.

 

Resorts of the Canadian Rockies – Rail & Box Parks

04 Dec

Resorts of the Canadian Rockies (RCR) has recently announced some changes to the terrain park facilities at their resorts, which will see a focus on enhanced Rail & Box Parks and the removal of man-made jumps.

Please see the new RCR Rail Park webpages below, which include a Q & A section on the changes, as well as a list of planned features for each of their parks.

Lake Louise: http://skilouise.com/the-mountain/rcr-park.aspx

Fernie: http://skifernie.com/the-mountain/rcr-park.aspx

Nakiska: http://skinakiska.com/the-mountain/rcr-park.aspx

Kimberley: http://skikimberley.com/the-mountain/rcr-park.aspx

 
 
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