Road & Rail

Win a trip for two on an exclusive Rocky Mountaineer journey

Sponsored by Rocky Mountaineer

Are you looking to sample the very best of Canada’s Rocky Mountains?

In celebration of luxury rail company Rocky Mountaineer’s 30th anniversary, travel agents have the chance to win a trip for two on an extraordinary journey through the prized region.

Taking part in the rail company’s luxurious ‘First Passage to the West’ route, the winner will traverse the Rocky Mountains from Vancouver to Kamloops, and onward to Banff or Lake Louise, on a two-day journey for two in GoldLeaf Service.

Relaxed and in comfort, you and your partner will spend your time inspired as you wind through mountain passes and canyons, travelling through the legendary Spiral Tunnels and traversing the Continental Divide.

Valued at $7,500CA ($8,400), the exclusive journey will also see you experience the only passenger rail service offered on the historic rail route, celebrated for connecting Canada from East to West, courtesy of Rocky Mountaineer.

TRACKS: Your ticket to an unforgettable journey

Enjoy views to take your breath away, journeying across the Continental Divide (Rocky Mountaineer)

In order to be eligible, travel professionals are required to complete Rocky Mountaineer’s online agent training, TRACKS, and make a 2020 booking with the luxury rail company between 10 February and 27 March 2020.

Complete your training to become a Rocky Mountaineer specialist and receive access to the company’s travel agent discount program, access to ‘Learning Journeys’ (travel agent familiarisation tours), and more.

Click HERE to learn more about TRACKS, and start your training now.

Bookings can be made online through Rocky Mountaineer’s Agent Portal, if you aren’t registered already, you may do so HERE.

Rocky Mountaineer celebrates 30 brilliant years

Toast to the people most special in your life on a journey through the Rocky Mountains (Rocky Mountaineer)

Since 1990, Rocky Mountaineer has hosted more than two million guests from around the world. And in 2020, the luxury train company celebrates 30 breathtaking years.

Booking a trip with Rocky Mountaineer means sending your clients on a once-in-a-lifetime journey, granting them access to otherwise inaccessible regions of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

Whether taking in sky-high peaks, experiencing fine dining on board or witnessing roaming wildlife from the comfort of one of the rail company’s all-dome train cars, guests have sampled the best the region has to offer.

So, what are you waiting for? To learn more about luxury rail company Rocky Mountaineer’s 30th anniversary incentive, click HERE.

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