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16 CANADA'S 150TH BIRTHDAY

& DISCOVER WESTERN CANADA WITHCelebrate

Jasper Calgary Vancouver

Vancouver, British Columbia

Spectacular by nature, Vancouver is continually

named one of the most liveable cities in the world

for its proximity to the outdoors and thriving

culture. A west coast city surrounded by the pacific

ocean and snow-capped mountains, the location

offers unlimited outdoor activities, complete with

the second largest city park and a greenway path

that stretches 28 Km along serene beaches. The

inviting cultural hub has entertainment at every

turn with theatre, top dining, sports and music.

Vancouver is home to Rocky Mountaineer's

main station and is included as a stop on every

route offered.

Whistler, British Columbia

Whistler is a vibrant, four-season resort nestled in

the Coast Mountains 120 kilometres (75 miles) north

of Vancouver. Whistler is best known for Whistler

Blackcomb, one of North America's top-rated ski

resorts. It is fast becoming famous for its multitude

of summer activities and outdoor adventure

pursuits, including rafting, mountain biking, ziplining,

and heli-hiking. Vancouver and Whistler were hosts

of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

Kamloops, British Columbia

Kamloops is located in the heart of the Thompson

Okanagan region of British Columbia between

Vancouver and the Canadian Rockies and is the

overnight stop for guests travelling on the First

Passage to the West and Journey through the Clouds

routes. The name is derived from a Shuswap word

meaning "meeting of the waters" because the city is

nestled at a point in the valley where the North and

South Thompson rivers meet.

Quesnel, British Columbia

The city of Quesnel is the gateway to the North

Cariboo region, with a history dating back to the

Cariboo Gold Rush. Numerous shops and restaurants

stay open late to afford Rocky Mountaineer guests

the opportunity to explore this quaint city.

Banff, Alberta

Located in the heart of Banff National park,

surrounded by the magnificent rugged peaks of

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