A Canadian Rockies Adventure

Experience the breathtaking landscapes of the Canadian Rockies from coastal forests and roaring river canyons to snowcapped mountain peaks as you travel aboard the famed Rocky Mountaineer, then enjoy three days exploring the national parks near Banff.

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The trains gave us an opportunity to see the beautiful Canadian countryside as we traveled across the country. 

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We hated to see the tour end because we had such a wonderful time 

Eric K.


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Barry Lane

Barry Lane

Aug 6 - 13, 2014

Barry Lane is a historian with special expertise in Canadian history and the railroad. He has accompanied Smithsonian travelers on many journeys across Canada and lectured extensively to cruise ship passengers sailing along the St. Lawrence and in the Canadian Maritimes. Born in Regina, Saskatchewan, he studied history at the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario. He later served as a captain in the United Nations Emergency Force, Sinai, at its headquarters on the Suez Canal in Egypt. Barry co-founded and has served as vice-president of Canadian Cultural Landscapes since 1983.