Rocky Mountain High

The scenery of the American west has been the backdrop for legends and stories from the times of the Native Americans right through to modern day Hollywood’s love obsession with this spectacular landscape. Monument Valley for instance has appeared in no less than 80 films and TV shows and that’s on top of the Marlboro Man galloping past the towering mesas to the rousing anthem of the Magnificent Seven. There was every reason for Forest Gump to end his cross-country run at this spot because nothing seems to sum up the America West more than these wondrous natural castles adorned in rusty red. At the heart of our adventure is this iconic setting and throughout a further variety of astounding views from the jaw-dropping vastness of the Grand Canyon to the soaring heights of the Rocky Mountains. When you add an old steam train, or a heritage Pullman Diesel, into these epic landscapes you really are capturing the atmosphere of another age.

Canadian Rockies by Rail, Road and Sea

Join us for a very special 18-day, 4,300-kilometre journey of discovery through Canada’s resplendent Rocky Mountains and the diverse landscapes of British Columbia. This grand tour showcases the best of rail, road, and sea travel, weaving together an epic adventure that will enthral lovers of train travel, history buffs, and nature lovers alike.

California Dreaming

Thoughts of Western America often conjure up images of covered wagons carrying adventuring families and would-be entrepreneurs following the promise of gold and land upon which to build a new life. Not long after the settlers came the railways, making the region accessible for many more, which very quickly saw the rise of towns and cities that still draw us today. The railway network also opened up the region’s staggeringly beautiful natural world to visitors, much of which is still protected today by various government bodies and UNESCO.

Accreditations: A14416
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