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Tauck is expanding its partnership with Rocky Mountaineer to introduce two new North American itineraries that each feature a scenic 2-day rail component while celebrating the the vast and fascinating western regions of both the U.S. and Canada.

Clients can take Salt Lake City to Denver by Rocky Mountaineer to experience a stay at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City, visiting nearby Park City—once a bustling mining town—before continuing to Moab where they will explore Dead Horse Point State Park, enjoy a flightseeing excursion over Canyonlands National Park, then choose between gentle whitewater rafting or a rugged 4×4 off-road tour.

In Moab, Utah, clients will explore Arches National Park.

After time exploring Arches National Park the following day (Day 5 of Tauck’s itinerary), guests will board their Rocky Mountaineer train to Colorado, where they’ll stay a night in Glenwood Springs before traversing the Continental Divide and discovering the wonders of Denver via their base at The Four Seasons Hotel Denver.

The Rocky Mountaineer Traverses Western Canada

Tauck’s second new journey, The Best of Western Canada & Rocky Mountaineer, features accommodations in four Fairmont Properties, including the iconic Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, where amazing excursions will include a breathtaking Ice Explorer trip atop the Athabasca Glacier.

From there, clients will board the Rocky Mountaineer for the journey to Vancouver, enjoying premier Gold Leaf seating and panoramic windows in the upper level of a glass-domed coach, where they’ll enjoy lunch followed by an overnight in Kamloops, BC.

Best view ever, courtesy of Tauck and Rocky Mountaineer.

Once in Vancouver, they’ll stay at no fewer than three elegant Fairmont properties—the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, The Fairmont Empress on Vancouver Island, and the Fairmont Chateau Whistler—with adventures at each location, including a guided city tour, a floatplane flightseeing trip and a private whale-watching cruise.

The two new journeys join the existing Vancouver & the Rockies by Rocky Mountaineer itinerary, which starts at the coast of Vancouver and takes in the Athabasca Glacier, Banff National Park, Calgary and Jasper National Park.

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