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  • Travel in style aboard North America's most luxurious train
  • Enjoy gourmet dining onboard
  • Visit three of Utah's 'Mighty 5' national parks
  • Pair your rail adventure with an all-American road trip
  • End amid the bright lights of Las Vegas

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Heading away from its traditional Canadian home for the very first time, this luxury rail journey aboard the legendary Rocky Mountaineer pairs its famed world-class service and gourmet dining with a trip to remember through the USA's spectacular southwest. With departures between August and October, the train will transport guests in style and comfort from Denver, Colorado, past vast canyons and dramatic deserts, to the mesmerising sandstone rock formations of Moab in the wilds of Utah. But the adventure doesn't end there, as you'll then jump behind the wheel for an all-American road trip, taking in the likes of Bryce Canyon National Park and the bright lights of Las Vegas.

Days 1 – 2

UK to Denver

Begin your trip in style with included UK chauffeur transfers and complimentary airport lounge access before your day flight out to Denver. Denver began life as a gold-rush town as far back as 1858 where gunslingers, gamblers, gold miners, cattlemen and of course the town sheriff made this corner of Colorado the epitome of the American wild west. Now it's a bustling ultra-modern metropolis with first-class shops, restaurants, galleries, and museums where you can learn all about the region' fascinating history.

Stay: Crawford Hotel, Denver (SilverLeaf)

Breakfast & Lunch included

Denver, Colorado

Denver, Colorado

Day 3

Rocky Mountaineer: Denver to Glenwood Springs

Today make you way to Denver Union Station, the renovated 1914 Beaux-Arts train station, board the Rocky Mountaineer and enjoy the complete experience onboard SilverLeaf Service, including onboard storytelling, premium cuisine, compelling scenery, and social atmosphere in a custom-designed glass-dome coach. The onboard culinary experience will feature cuisine and ingredients local to the Southwestern U.S., which will be complemented with drinks service, and served at your  seats, so that you can enjoy the scenery as you dine. The train travels slowly through the stunning landscapes, cross the Continental Divide as you take in the spectacular views of rugged canyons and the Colorado River before arriving at the resort town of Glenwood Springs

Stay: Glenwood Springs accommodation (SilverLeaf)

Breakfast & Lunch included

Rocky Mountaineer

Rocky Mountaineer

Hanging Lake near Glenwood Springs, Utah

Hanging Lake near Glenwood Springs, Utah

Day 4

Rocky Mountaineer: Glenwood Springs to Moab

Depart Glenwood Springs and travel back onboard Rocky Mountaineer, crossing the Colorado-Utah border with stunning mountain views in the background. Red sandstone landscapes emerge as you approach Moab, the gateway to Arches and Canyonlands national parks. Collect your hire car and check into your hotel, spending the night in Moab as you prepare for your road trip adventure.

Stay: Moab Hilton Curio, Moab (SilverLeaf)

Breakfast & Lunch included

Rocky Mountaineer

Rocky Mountaineer

Colorado River, Moab, Utah

Colorado River, Moab

Day 5

Around Moab & Arches National Park

Enjoy a full day exploring Moab and its surroundings at your own pace. We suggest taking a morning drive to Arches National Park, one of Utah's "Mighty 5" national parks. Take the time for scenic stops along the Colorado River and at Dead Horse Point State Park along the way, before setting out on foot for leisurely hikes among Arches' carved, sandstone landscapes. Over 2,000 structures, from towering spires to precariously balanced rocks, complement the eponymous arches themselves, all creating a remarkable assortment of landforms in an easy-to-explore area.

Stay: Moab Hilton Curio, Moab (SilverLeaf)

Arches National Park, Utah

Arches National Park, Utah

Day 6

Moab to Bryce Canyon National Park

Today drive from Moab to Bryce Canyon National Park. Visit Capital Reef National Park along the way. Famous for its unique geology, Bryce Canyon is made up of a series of spectacular horseshoe-shaped amphitheatres, carved out of the red rock by centuries of weather erosion. The colourful limestone has been transformed into all manner of bizarre shapes, from slots, canyons and hoodoos to dramatic fins and spires. To make exploring easy, the park's shuttle bus picks up in town for a four-hour circuit of the park. If you prefer to explore on foot, a network of gravity-defying trails descend through fragrant juniper bushes to arrive in the grand amphitheatres below. View the largest collection of hoodoos in the world from the multiple viewpoints including Rainbow Point, Inspiration Point, Natural Bridge - and from an easy rim walk between Sunset Point and Sunrise Point.

Stay: Bryce Canyon Hotel, Bryce Canyon (Silverleaf)

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Days 7 – 8

Zion National Park & Las Vegas

After breakfast, today take the scenic drive from Bryce Canyon to Las Vegas. Stop at Zion National Park. Known for its towering mountains and red canyons, carved out by the Virgin River, Zion National park offers both easy and challenging walks to admire the rugged landscapes with its jutting sandstone monoliths and surprisingly verdant valley floors. It's also at the confluence of several hiking trails that wind their way up into the canyon. You'll also well placed for rides on the shuttle bus, which stops at eight major locations throughout the national park. You'll end today amid the bright lights of Las Vegas.

Stay: The Mirage Hotel, Las Vegas (Silverleaf)

Zion National Park, USA

Zion National Park, USA

Zion National Park, USA

Zion National Park

Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas, Nevada

Days 9 – 10

Depart for UK

Check out from your Las Vegas hotel, drop your rental car at the airport before checking in for your overnight flight home arriving on day 10. To round your trip off, you'll enjoy an included UK chauffeur transfer home.

About the itinerary

"I fell in love with Rocky Mountaineer the very first time I stepped on board, taking its classic route through Canada's Rocky Mountains between Vancouver and Calgary. So, it was a genuine thrill to discover that the train would be making its first journey south of the border, taking in some of my all-time favourite landscapes in Colorado and Utah. And, while the rail journey is an experience to treasure in its own right, we couldn't resist tagging on a road trip to make this the ultimate American adventure."

Andy Austen

Destination Specialist

Pricing information

Reverse Las Vegas to Denver discount: save up to £150 pp
Offer ends 31 May

Guide price from £3,230 pp incl. flights

Year Round from: £3,230 pp incl. flights — save up to £150 pp

This itinerary operates also operates in reverse (Eastbound - save £150pp discount)

Departure dates from Denver (westbound)

August: 14 / 17 / 21 / 24 / 28 / 31

September: 04 / 07 / 11 / 14 / 18 / 21 / 25 / 28

October: 02 / 05 / 09 / 12 / 16 / 19 / 23 / 26 / 30

November: 02 / 06 / 09 / 13 / 16

Package includes:

UK chauffeur drive service

Complimentary access to UK airport executive departure lounge

Return international flights from the UK

8 nights accommodation

2 days onboard on Rocky Mountaineer in SilverLeaf Service (Superior)

Including 2 lunches and 2 breakfasts

Train station transfers in Glenwood Springs and Moab

Luggage handling in Glenwood Springs

National Park Pass

Car rental from Moab to Las Vegas