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The Royal Canadian Pacific


Experience the Canadian Rockies in luxury and class
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Royal Fly Fishing Adventure


6 days / 5 nights
Trip Highlights & Features
Royal Fly Fishing Adventure
Trip Highlights & Features
Chauffeured to and from the Calgary International Airport.
Four nights aboard our exquisitely restored train plus one night at Calgary's elegant Fairmont Palliser Hotel
4 full days of fishing. Rivers include Old Man River, Lower Bow River, variety of rivers in the Crowsnest area, and Elk River
Gourmet breakfasts, lunches, and dinners on and off train
Overview
Explore Canada’s West in the comfort of the World’s Finest Luxury Train.
Snow capped mountain peaks, lush green valleys, sparkling rivers, lakes and glaciers, along with gushing waterfalls and endless forests…the Canadian Rockies are known world wide for their spectacular scenery and pristine wilderness. Since 1885 Canadian Pacific Railway has been bringing visitors from all over the world to experience this exceptional destination.

“If we can’t export the scenery, we’ll import the tourists”
W.C. Van Horne, 1886

In a timeless tradition, Royal Canadian Pacific continues to share the experience of the Canadian Rockies with our guests on our Royal Fly-Fishing Adventure. Experience the ultimate in fly fishing on pristine waters deep in the heart of the Rocky Mountain wilderness. Cool, clear waters teeming with trout await you as you partake in one of the foremost fishing adventures ever experienced.
Itinerary
Royal Fly Fishing Adventure - Map
Known as the “Heart of the New West”, the frontier spirit of Calgary is alive and well amidst the thriving energy sector that has entrenched this city as a corporate powerhouse. Your luxury rail tour will depart the Canadian Pacific Railway Pavilion in the late afternoon bound for Crowsnest Pass. Meet your traveling companions during a cocktail reception and enjoy a splendid dinner as the sun sets over the Alberta prairie.

At the gateway to the Rocky Mountains in southern Alberta’s Crowsnest Pass are some of the best fly-fishing rivers in North America. The Crowsnest, Livingston and Castle rivers all feed into the Oldman river drainage, along with miles of other small tributaries making this area a small stream paradise. Experts on the local waters, our private guides will provide you with an exceptional fly-fishing experience as they take you by float, or walk and wade to the clandestine waters of this fisherman’s dream come true. Returning to the train, continue your luxury rail journey across the continental divide to the mountain town of Fernie, B.C.

Leaving Fernie in the early morning with your fishing guide, enjoy a day exploring and fishing an area of pristine Canadian wilderness: British Columbia’s Elk Valley. Renowned for its dry-fly fishing, the Elk River can be fished either by drift boat or by walk and wade of it’s numerous tributaries. Satiated, rejoin the Royal Canadian Pacific and journey to the Columbia Valley where the train will station for the evening.

Incredible scenery, secluded waters and a wide range of fishing opportunities await you in the southeast Kootenay mountains. Glacier fed rivers and bubbling alpine streams are home to numerous species including cutthroat, rainbow and bull trout. Both the St. Mary and Bull rivers are located in this region along with many other small streams full of fish awaiting your cast. As sun sets over the valley, travel north to Golden.

Enjoy the views from an open air vestibule as the train climbs through Kicking Horse Pass. This pass was one of the biggest challenges to the building of the transcontinental railroad, now demonstrating the ingenious engineering feat known as the “Spiral Tunnels” which have allowed safe rail movement through the pass since 1909. Amongst the many towering peaks are the classically stunning mountains Victoria, Temple, Castle, Rundle and Cascade. The Royal Canadian Pacific will stop in famous mountain community of Banff, Alberta allowing some free time to explore and shop. Returning to the train, enjoy one last dinner as the Royal Canadian Pacific transports you back to Calgary for your final overnight stay.

After breakfast and checkout, return to the Calgary International Airport, marking the end of your journey with Royal Canadian Pacific.
Suggested Equipment List
Rain jacket
Wading belt
Fleece top
Wading staff (if needed)
Long-sleeved fishing shirts
Felt soled wading boots
Short-sleeved fishing shirts
Gravel guards
Fleece wading pants
Polarized sunglasses
Light weight fishing pants
Vest or fanny pack
Shorts
Hat
Neoprene wet wading socks
Sunscreen
Breathable waders
Camera
Tour Dates & Prices
2013
August 8th - August 14th
Occupancy
2013
1 Person in room or compartment $8,800 per person
2 People in room or compartment $8,800 per person
Prices do not include taxes and are listed in Canadian Currency. Schedules, prices and terms are subject to change without notice.
Please contact us at: Info@railsnw.com
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The Royal Canadian Pacific's luxury train excursions are the most lavish and exclusive rail trips in North America. Limited to only 32 guests, these trips book up early. Secure your reservation today by calling 1-800-717-0108.
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