Departing from Whistler's Resort Village Base, visitors in town on Canadian train vacation packages can hop on a shuttle to one of three beautiful rivers that offer some of the best whitewater rapids in the West.
Considered the "birthplace of Vancouver," the neighborhood known as Gastown is a preserved area of the city that still maintains it's 19th century charm while still being a part of downtown.
A romantic and charming way to see Québec City can be found on a horse-drawn carriage, or as it's known in French, a calèche.
North of Vancouver, British Columbia is a paradise in the Pacific Northwest famous for its beautiful and untouched coastline.
Perched above the townsite of Jasper National Park in the Canadian province of Alberta, is an aerial tramway offering some of the best sights for guests on Canadian train vacations.
Le Plateau in Montreal is a great place for visitors on Canadian train trips to explore a hip and trendy part of the city thanks to the neighborhood's bohemian atmosphere.
The Hockey Hall of Fame, located in Toronto, Canada is a museum dedicated to all things involving Canada's favorite sport.
Hop aboard an amphibious vehicle and tour Halifax, Nova Scotia by land and sea to learn all about the wonderful sights and history the city has to offer.
This winter, guests on Canadian train vacations stopping in Banff National Park can enjoy some of the best skiing the Rocky Mountains have to offer.
With so much to see and do in the city, Toronto is one of the most popular destinations for people on train trips across Canada.