Grand Canyon Railway, owned and operated by Xanterra Parks and Resorts, is made up of 400+ people who are here to make sure your Grand Canyon experience is a memorable one. We strive to do this by providing exceptional customer service through a fun and friendly staff; providing a safe environment so we can share our knowledge of trains and the Grand Canyon with you; preserve our loves - trains and the Grand Canyon - keeping them for future generations to enjoy; and by always having respect for our customers and fellow team members.
Grand Canyon Railway departs from Williams, Arizona, 65 miles south of the Grand Canyon.
See the Real Europe with Rail Europe.A little bit of planning can mean a lot more traveling. Traveling by train will enhance your entire European experience: no airport hassles or wasted time, and more leisurely gourmet dining as you gaze through panoramic windows while being whisked from city center to city center. It's no wonder trains are so popular, so make sure you book in advance to get the best prices and most choices.
Book in advance and still don't feel locked inIf you aren't ready to commit to an itinerary, you can still get a deal. Just buy a pass for any one of the European countries you're visiting, since almost any travel combination is possible from any single country to the entire European rail network. The passes are valid for a specific number of travel days in a specific area. And while some trains do require booking a seat in advance, you can do it before leaving or locally once you're there. Either way, it's a relatively inexpensive and perfect way to travel when you're not sure of where you want to go.
Rocky Mountaineer Vacations offers year-round vacation packages to the most unique regions of Canada including the acclaimed two-day, all-daylight Rocky Mountaineer rail journey. In both 2005 and 2006, Rocky Mountaineer has won the prestigious World Travel Award as "World's Leading Travel Experience by Train". From mid-April to mid-October the Rocky Mountaineer travels between the coastal city of Vancouver, British Columbia, the resort town of Whistler, B.C. and the Rocky Mountain destinations of Jasper, Banff and Calgary, Alberta.
Headquartered in Vancouver, Armstrong Group (owner and operator of Rocky Mountaineer Vacations) launched the Whistler Mountaineer and the Rocky Mountaineer Fraser Discovery Route in 2006. Whistler Mountaineer is a three-hour train trip between North Vancouver and Whistler along the famous "sea to sky" scenery of Howe Sound, the Coastal Mountains and Garibaldi Provincial Park. Rocky Mountaineer Fraser Discovery Route is a two-day journey through the diverse beauty of Canada's West, from Whistler, British Columbia to the mountain town of Jasper, Alberta.
Over 400 people make the Rocky Mountaineer Vacations the success it is. The principles of guest service have been the driving force behind the company's high level of guest satisfaction with the Rocky Mountaineer and the Whistler Mountaineer. The talented staff and crew are led by a Management Team that offers a combined 50 years of experience with the organization.
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