Rocky Mountaineer has launched its new 2016 brochure which includes the extended Rainforest to Gold Rush route, a three-day rail journey between North Vancouver and Jasper via Whistler and Quesnel.

Travelling through Howe Sound, Squamish and Cheakamus Canyon to connect the world-class destinations of Vancouver and Whistler, the extended route will provide guests with an exclusive look at some of the most stunning scenery in British Columbia.

The company's director of sales EMEA, Patrick Ryan, said: “We’re delighted to be launching our 2016 brochure earlier than ever in the UK. Although our 25th anniversary season is in full swing, we are already looking forward to next year and the exciting enhancements we’ll be offering our guests, including the much-anticipated extended Rainforest to Gold Rush route.”

The theme of the new brochure is ‘Prepare to be Truly Moved’ and the new publication highlights four steps on how to ‘get moving’ and build a unique rail journey, providing a range of options to fully customise a North American holiday.

As example of prices, a seven-night Western Explorer, which takes in the must-see sights of the Canadian Rockies including Vancouver, Jasper, Lake Louise, Banff and Calgary, costs from £1,944 per person, while a ten-night Golden Circle via Whistler leads in at £3,212.

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