Rocky Mountaineer Begins 2023 Season With Culinary Updates

Rocky Mountaineer has officially launched its 2023 travel season. The iconic glass-domed trains travel through Western Canada and the American Southwest offering all-daylight journeys that showcase some of the most spectacular scenery North America has to offer.

On April 29, 2023, guests can embark on the “Rainforest to Gold Rush” itinerary along the VancouverWhistlerQuesnelJasper route. Other itineraries include “Rockies to the Red Rocks” (Denver–Glenwood Springs–Moab); “First Passage to the West” (Vancouver–KamloopsBanff); and “Journey Through the Clouds” (Vancouver–Kamloops–Jasper).

A refreshed culinary program is in store for passengers this year. The culinary vision is defined by the places the train travels through, with regionally sourced ingredients. Canadian route highlights include sweet corn and kale gnocchi, and Lois Lake steelhead salad. For dessert, the new lemon lavender posset with Earl Grey macaron is sure to be a favorite. On “Rockies to the Red Rocks” guests can tuck into dishes such as lemon and herb roasted chicken breast with peach demi-glace, and peach strata bake. Each morning in Glenwood Springs will begin with a pastry from Sweet Coloradough Bakery.

As part of the “Travel Again” promotion, returning guests will receive $368 off per couple on the Canadian routes, or $400 per couple on the “Rockies to the Red Rocks” in the U.S. The offer is valid on any Rocky Mountaineer package when guests travel once again in 2023 or 2024. This is bookable through the sales center.

Good to know: Colorado and Utah state residents can receive $100 off per person on qualifying bookings on “Rockies to the Red Rocks.” This offer is applied by using promo codes: “23RESIDENT” for 2023 bookings and “24RESIDENT” for 2024 bookings.

Finally, as the 2023 season launches, Rocky Mountaineer has announced that 2024 packages are also available for bookings online.

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