Attractions November 28, 2020
The New Glass-Domed Train Route In Colorado Is A Thing Of Dreams
Have you heard the news? Colorado is getting a brand-new train route that promises to be one of the most unique things you have ever experienced! While Colorado is already home to several beautiful train lines, this all-new, glass-domed train may just be the most unforgettable of them all:
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Welcome aboard the Rockies to the Red Rocks route, which leaves the station in August 2021!
Brought to you by the Rocky Mountaineer — the largest privately owned luxury tourist train company in the world — the Rockies to the Red Rocks route will show you Colorado and Utah like never before via an expertly curated 2-day+ excursion.
Your journey aboard the Rockies to the Red Rocks begins in gorgeous Denver, where you will board the train, enjoy breakfast and drinks, and set off across the Continental Divide for an overnight stay in Glenwood Springs (pictured).
After a great night's sleep in a comfortable Glenwood Springs hotel, it is time to set off again, this time for Moab and its dramatic red rocks and jaw-dropping landscape.
In addition to the standard 2-day trip, guests of the Rockies to the Red Rocks can upgrade to a series of other packages, including side trips to Las Vegas or Salt Lake City, additional time at each destination, and more.
Each ticket for the Rockies to the Red Rocks route includes transportation, gourmet meals, accommodations, top-shelf drinks, and incredible views you have to see to believe.
To learn more about this once-in-a-lifetime trip or to reserve your spot aboard the Rockies to the Red Rocks route, please visit the Rocky Mountaineer's
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