Millions of visitors flock to Banff National Park every year to catch a glimpse of the unique wildlife in the area, and while moose and deer sightings are a dime a dozen, few have seen the rare Canadian lynx.
Passengers on Canadian railway tours eager to escape from a typical vacation will have countless opportunities to explore the vast expanse of the North American continent.
Nearly 150 years of Canadian history resides in Calgary, where in 1875, the Northwest Mounted Police built a small wooden fort that eventually became the foundation for this metropolitan city.
Two new horned dinosaur species have recently been identified by paleontologists who dug up the bones more than a decade ago in Alberta.
While driving through the Rocky Mountains on a tour with a Canadian rail trip guide, visitors will be able to pass through the historic Crowsnest Pass before arriving in Fernie to explore the Kootenays.
As the flowers begin to blossom while the frost melts, the Montreal Botanical Gardens are in full bloom with hundreds of buds and butterflies.
Nestled on the northwest coast of Newfoundland Island is Gros Morne National Park, a prime example of Earth in motion.
The Gulf of St. Lawrence is Canada's Bermuda Triangle, as numerous mysterious shipwrecks have occurred just off the coast of Anticosti Island.
Home to the highest population of grizzly bears in North America, the Khutzeymateen Valley in Prince Rupert is a rare treat for passengers on Canadian rail tours due to the preserve's highly restricted access.
Federal officials have approved the proposal that will reintroduce wild bison into Banff National Park. Passengers on Canadian trail trips through Banff, Alberta, will be able to see these majestic creatures in their natural habitat.