Rocky Mountain Holidays™ have just posted the schedules and rates on their website for the Rocky Mountaineer train in 2014.
The main (and most exciting) change is the permanent addition of the Coastal Passage Route which connects Seattle to Vancouver by Rocky Mountaineer train. This route is due to debut for the first time for just one departure in August 2013. In 2014, there are the following departures:
- 4 departures in May 2014
- 3 departures in June 2014
- 1 departure in July 2014
- 2 departures in August 2014
- 2 departures in September 2014
With the exciting Rocky Mountaineer Coastal Passage route in 2014, you will have the option of connecting with 2-day rail routes (Vancouver to Banff / Calgary or Jasper, via Kamloops) as well as the option of SilverLeaf service onboard. For the first debut departure this August 2013, the Coastal Passage route is only available in GoldLeaf service.
In 2014, you will also have the option of disembarking the Rocky Mountaineer train in Lake Louise (instead of Banff). This option was introduced in 2013.
We are thrilled with the new 2014 Rocky Mountaineer train schedule which will connect Seattle (U.S.A.) to the Canadian Rockies (via Vancouver) for over 5 months in 2014 – a fabulous addition.
Rocky Mountaineer video featuring the new Coastal Passage Route from Seattle to Vancouver:
Rocky Mountaineer packages in 2014 are now available to book by contacting Rocky Mountain Holidays.
Source [PDF]: Rocky Mountaineer Schedule & Rates for 2014