The Orient Express in Venice, The Golden Eagle in Russia, and now a luxury train right here in the U.S. The Rocky Mountaineer has just started lavish rides aptly named “Rockies to the Red Rocks” that start in Denver, Colorado, and travel through beautiful mountains and canyon until it reaches Moab, Utah. The route, which starts in Denver, makes an overnight stop in Glenwood Springs, Colorado then continues to Moab, Utah. There is also a return route from Moab to Denver.
The journey features incredible landscapes through canyons and rocky walls beside the beautiful Colorado River between Denver and Glenwood Springs. From Glenwood Springs it travels through mountain vistas, desert cliffs, and stunning rock formations on the way to Moab, Utah. There is also a return route from Moab to Denver.
‘This new Rockies to the Red Rocks route is a celebration that has been several years in the making as we continuously seek unique locations with incredible scenery and iconic destinations that are best experienced by train,’ said Peter Armstrong, Founder and Interim CEO of Rocky Mountaineer. ‘We look forward to welcoming guests for a train journey that delivers the incredible experience and award-winning service that Rocky Mountaineer is well known for while they enjoy the epic scenery, flavors, and hospitality of the Southwest United States.’
Tickets start at $1,250pp for this all-inclusive ride that includes elaborate meals and wine served at your seat so you can still enjoy all the magnificent scenery surrounding you. All you need to do is sit back and enjoy looking out the massive windows.
Rocky Mountaineer’s inaugural season (56 trips) runs through November 19, 2021.
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