Rocky M. Mountain
The Golden Eagle in Russia, The Orient Express in Venice, and now a luxurious train right here in the United States. The Rocky Mountaineer just introduced its opulent “Rockies to the Red Rocks” tours, which depart from Denver, Colorado and go through stunning mountains and canyons until they arrive in Moab, Utah. The route, which leaves from Denver, travels to Moab, Utah, after stopping for the night in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. There is a second way to go from Denver to Moab.
Between Denver and Glenwood Springs, the route offers stunning scenery through gorges and over steep cliffs along to the lovely Colorado River. On the road to Moab, Utah, from Glenwood Springs, the route passes through mountain panoramas, desert cliffs, and breathtaking rock formations. There is a second way to go from Denver to Moab.
The Glenwood Springs
According to Peter Armstrong, founder and interim CEO of Rocky Mountaineer, “This new Rockies to the Red Rocks route is a celebration that has been years in the making as we consistently seek for unique spots with magnificent beauty and historic destinations that are best experienced by train.” “We look forward to welcome visitors for a train journey that delivers the exceptional experience and award-winning service that Rocky Mountaineer is well renowned for while they enjoy the epic landscapes, flavors, and warmth of the Southwest United States,” says Rocky Mountaineer.
Ruby Canyon, Mount Garfield, and Utah
For this all-inclusive experience, which includes gourmet meals and wine served at your seat so you can still take in the breathtaking view all around you, tickets start at $1,250 per person. All you have to do is relax and take in the view through the huge windows.
The inaugural Rocky Mountaineer season (56 trips) lasts through November 19, 2021. At www.rockymountaineer.com , there are still seats available.