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Luxury train great way to see Canada’s Rockies

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WHEN I FIRST SAW — and heard — Suzanne Young on the Rocky Mountaineer luxury sightseeing train she was chattering non-stop in her charming Aussie accent.

Initially she was gabbing with her travelling companions — her husband Ross and another couple from their hometown of Adelaide.

And then she told me how the Rocky Mountaineer was part of a bucket-list trip to Canada for the group.

“Everybody knows about the Rocky Mountaineer in Australia,” she gushed. “It’s everyone’s dream to ride it.”

Upon further discussion, it seems it doesn’t hurt that the Rocky Mountaineer had a booth at a recent Travel Expo that Young attended in Adelaide and that commercials featuring the exclusive train touting Canada as a travel destination seem to be on the telly every night in Oz.

Apparently the train’s international marketing prowess is also big in the U.S., Britain and New Zealand.

In fact, my nine-year-old daughter Grace and I seemed to be the only two Canadians aboard the train that glides through the quintessentially Canadian Rocky Mountains on two-day trips showcasing some of the world’s most stunning and famous scenery.

While the Rocky Mountaineer clearly revels in its foreign passengers, it wants more Canadians to ride the rails too.

It seems the adage of people being blase about what’s in their own backyard holds true.

Canadians know the Rockies are there and may even have driven through them, but many still don’t consider it a holiday the way they do Hawaii, the Caribbean or Europe.

But once you read this you may want to make it your next vacation.

It’s the most luxurious, relaxing, eye-popping and culinary ride I’ve ever had.

Admittedly it was on the GoldLeaf service, the Rocky Mountaineer’s premium experience in a double-decker glass-domed car for maximum mountain gawking and comfort.

“Whoa, these are our seats,” said my daughter after climbing a spiral staircase into the second-floor dome.

“They’re better than airplane seats. And the ceiling is a window,” she added as she cranked back the recline, looked up and then spread out her gadgets — laptop, iPod and Nintendo handheld.

The seats are wide, give forever legroom and, yes, recline way back.

Turned out Grace hardly needed the diversions she brought along.

The scenery is just too dramatic to miss for a movie on the laptop, music on the iPod or games on the Nintendo.

On the 600-kilometre stretch between Kamloops, B.C., and Calgary, the Rocky Mountains roll out all the hard-hitters from the Columbia River Bridge, Glacier National Park, Rogers Pass and Rocky Mountain Trench to the Spiral Tunnels, snow-capped peaks like Mount Stephen, Temple Mountain, Castle Mountain and Three Sisters Mountain, the Continental Divide, Banff National Park and finally the glittering highrises of Calgary at night.

There’s even the odd elk, bighorn sheep, rabbit and eagle sightings.

By the time word of a grizzly bear reached our car, though, the bruin had made himself scarce in the woods.

While we certainly utilized the recline of our seats to take in these sights through the windows and see-through ceiling, we also wandered the observation car, took regular blasts of fresh air in the outdoor viewing vestibule and headed to the dining car for breakfast and lunch.

The dining car is down the spiral staircase and harks back to a time when train travel was leisurely and lavish. It’s all white tablecloths, fine china and gourmet food.

Grace and I could have opted for a table for two but instead chose to share a table for four in order to mingle.

How else would we have met mothers and sons Joan and Greg from California and Elizabeth and Andrew from York, England, Kiwi brother and sister Mike and Lisa and husband and wife David and Shirley from just outside London, England?

All share something.

Seeing the Rockies was a dream vacation and with research the Rocky Mountaineer always popped up as the most decadent way to do it.

By the way, these conversations were over breakfasts of buttermilk pancakes, berry parfaits, omelettes and eggs Benedict and lunches of wild salmon filet, Alberta pork tenderloin and Fraser Valley pan-seared chicken breast.

Of course, they were accompanied by either Merlot or unwooded Chardonnay from Sumac Ridge Winery in the Okanagan.

“Certainly there’s nothing more beautiful than the Rockies,” said Rocky Mountaineer communications manager Nancy Dery.

“But from the feedback we get from guests it’s the overall onboard experience they remember the most, the service, the socializing with others from around the world.”

Steve MacNaull travelled as a guest of the Rocky Mountaineer.



IF YOU GO:

The Rocky Mountaineer does four main routes seasonally April to October — a two-day First Passage to the West (Vancouver-Kamloops-Banff-Calgary); two-day Journey Through the Clouds (Vancouver-Kamloops-Jasper); two-day Rainforest to Gold Rush (Whistler-Quesnel-Jasper); and half-day Sea to Sky Climb (Vancouver-Whistler).

All routes can also be done in reverse.

My daughter and I did the flagship First Passage to the West ride with an overnight at the Coast Hotel in Kamloops and post-train stay at the landmark Fairmont Palliser Hotel (Fairmont.com), which is in the same downtown Calgary complex where the Rocky Mountaineer pulls into the station.

First Passage to the West packages start at $850 per person for the two days on the train and overnight hotel or $1,900 per person for the full-on GoldLeaf service with double-decker glass-domed observation deck and dining car. RockyMountaineer.com.
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At the heart of the Canadian Rockies’ rugged peaks and rushing rivers, surrounded by the spectacular landscape of the UNESCO World Heritage site and four adjoining parks, lies the town of Banff. Banff offers culture, steaming mineral hot springs, and countless walking options, like along the banks of the Bow River.
Jasper

Almost nothing has changed at this historic and natural Canadian landmark. Established in 1907, Jasper National Park is in a UNESCO World Heritage site. The largest of Canada’s mountain parks, it’s a living example of a protected mountain ecosystem. Visitors can enjoy its solitude, wildlife, heritage sites and unlimited outdoor recreation.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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The main attraction to Lake Louise for many is the sparkling turquoise lake itself. The beautiful, milky blue lake rests at the foot of Victoria Glacier, which rises majestically behind, capped by snow and ice year-round. First sighted by Europeans in 1882, the lake has become one of Canada's best-loved sights and the most photographed scene in the Canadian Rockies. [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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The Rocky Mountains are located in western North America. They are know for their beautiful scenery with mountains, trees and big game. People visit the Rockies for many recreational activities like hiking, hunting, camping, skiing and lots of other sports.

The Rocky Mountains have unpredictable weather which can change rapidly. As with other highland climates, the climate changes with increasing altitude. In general, the Rockies have mild summers, cold winters and a lot of precipitation.

The Rockies have very different seasons. In the winter there is deep snow, high winds, and sudden blizzards are common. At night it can get to -35û F or below! In the spring there is unpredictable weather. It could be wet or dry, cold or warm. In the summer there are sunny mornings, afternoon thunderstorms and clear nights. In the fall there are cool, crisp days, wind and decreasing precipitation.

There is lots of vegetation. The forests are full of pine trees, firs and spruces.Plants are very sturdy, most clinging to rock or hard soil.

Some adaptions that animals have made to the climate is that the hoofed species are very surefooted for the mountainous terrain they live on. Many animals migrate to lower and warmer elevations during the winter months. Some animals shed their brown fur to replace it with white so that they blend in with the snow. Some hibernate and some even have big feet so that they can walk on snow.

Koppen's letter code that describes the Rockies are H, Csb and Cfc. H means highland climate. C means warm temperature climate. s means dry season in summer. f means sufficient precipitation in all months. b means warmest month mean under 71.6û F. c means fewer than four months with means over 50û F.

The average temperature per year is 43û F. For Winter the average temperature is 28û F. 40û F is the average Spring temperature. In the Summer 59û F is the average temperature and for Fall it is 44û F. The highest temperature is 82û F in July. The lowest temperature is 7û F in January.

The average precipitation per year is 14 inches. The average for winter is 1.4 inches. The average precipitation for the season of spring is 4.2 inches. For summer it is 5.9 inches and for fall it is 2.6 inches. In the winter there are some snowstorms and blizzards. It snows later in the fall and there is decreasing precipitation. There is a lot of thunder and lighting in the summer. It rains and snows in the spring.

The latitude and longitude range is 35û N to 60û N, and 115û E to 165û E.

The Rocky Mountains are rich in environmental treasures. Conservation and protection is important to make sure the Rockies are just as wonderful as they are today for many generations.

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On your knees in a sea of tiny, fragrant flowers, at an elevation of 12,000'. You're experiencing the alpine tundra in bloom - a spectacular life zone covering more than one quarter of Rocky Mountain National Park. Here a four-inch pincushion plant might be fifty years old; a tiny spring beauty can have a root which reaches three feet below ground! Drop down a bit in elevation (11,000-11,500), and you're in a forest of gnarled, twisted, tiny trees - krummholz. Descend a little lower, and you enter denser forests of spruce and fir, or lodgepole pine. Move to the thick air of 8,500' and you can wander through open ponderosa and aspen stands, or wide meadows adjacent to fast-moving rivers. In each of these zones, there are distinctive shrubs and wildflowers to be enjoyed. Rocky Mountain National Park supports more than a thousand flowering plants in its varied ecosystems. Elevations ranging from 7700' to more than 14,000' provide a spectrum of conditions favoring many specialized plant species. From tiny aquatic diatoms through amanita mushrooms to towering Douglas firs, the plants of this park are representative of the southern Rocky Mountain flora.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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