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Rocky Mountaineer trip for two up for grabs

Incentive part of Rocky Mountaineer's 30th anniversary celebration

Since 1990, Rocky Mountaineer has hosted more than two million guests from around the world. And in 2020, the luxury train company celebrates 30 breathtaking years. 



Rocky Mountaineer is continuing its 30th anniversary celebrations by offering travel agents a chance to win a trip for two aboard the luxury rail line in GoldLeaf service on the First Passage to the West rail route. The incentive is on offer to agents based in Australia or New Zealand. 


The winner will receive a trip for two aboard Rocky Mountaineer in GoldLeaf service on our First Passage to the West rail route. The winner may travel eastbound or westbound, and can enjoy 1 night’s accommodation in each Vancouver, Kamloops and Banff included (three nights total).


Valued at CA$7,500 (AU$8,400), the exclusive journey will also see you experience the only passenger rail service offered on the historic rail route, celebrated for connecting Canada from East to West, courtesy of Rocky Mountaineer.


Whether taking in sky-high snow-capped peaks, experiencing fine dining on board or witnessing roaming wildlife such as bears, elk and eagles go by from the comfort of one of the rail company’s glass-domed train cars, there’s no better way to experience all the Canadian Rockies, and the majestic Canadian landscape, have to offer. 



The prize must be taken during the 2020 Rocky Mountaineer travel season which operates from April 13 to October 11, 2020.


To enter, advisors must complete TRACKS online agent training to become a Rocky Mountaineer Specialist and secure a 2020 season booking (Existing TRACKS graduates need only complete a booking).


The contest is open from now through March 27, 2020. The contest winner will be selected at random on March 30.


Click HERE to learn more about TRACKS, and to start the training. For full terms and conditions, please see here.




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