The Royal Canadian Pacific Fly-Fishing Train brings you a journey through time, spectacular mountain scenery and a variety of top notch fly fishing experiences. This is a 650-mile tour through the foothills and the Canadian Rockies to rivers of wild and wonderful trout fishing. This is the premier fly-fishing adventure in North America. This luxury vacation is six days/five nights beginning and ending in Calgary, Alberta.
You will be accommodated in elegant, ornate cabins aboard the historic Royal Canadian Pacific. Cabins typically have two twins or one King bed. Imagine riding the rails through the magnificence of the Canadian Rockies in the comfort of what were once exclusive private business cars that have carried members of royalty, world leaders and captains of industry. You’ll dine on world-class cuisine delivered by impeccable service-oriented and friendly staff and complimented by fine wines. At night, relax in the comfort of your luxury train. This is the ultimate fly fishing experience!
You will fish in the pristine, icy cold, crystal-clear mountain waters for the feisty cutthroat, brown, rainbow and bull trout. Your journey winds along the banks and through the river valleys of some of the best known fly fishing waters in western Canada. Southern Alberta and South Eastern British Columbia boast some of the best fly-fishing in North America. The Bow, Elk and St. Mary rivers are designated “blue-ribbon” fisheries. Private fishing guides offer local expertise on all rivers.
Fly into Calgary, Alberta which is accessible on a non-stop basis from several US cities. Once in Calgary, your trip is all-inclusive including transfers to and from the airport to your Calgary hotel.
You will see The Columbia Valley, Yoho National Park, Kicking Horse Pass, and the Spiral Tunnels as well as Banff National Park. For the non-fishing guests numerous activities are available ranging from golf to wine tastings to museum tours and great Photo opportunities not to mention wildlife watches. Advance arrangements need to be made prior to your travel.
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