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  • the Rocky Mountains, especially in Canada, are just all inspiring.

  • It's a great way to see the amazing beauty and landscapes of the Canadian West while traveling in utter comfort and luxury.

  • I am an editor with Lonely Planet, and last year I rode on the Rocky Mountaineer train on their first passage to the West Line from Vancouver to Banff National Park.

  • Rocky Mountaineer deserves to win the Sustainable Train Journey Award quite simply because it takes its sustainable tourism responsibility seriously.

  • It works hard to protect the areas the train travels through and protect nature and culture along the route.

  • Rocky Mountaineer, selected to causes that it supports one, is reducing hunger and the other is protecting wildlife.

  • Every year on their anniversary, the company contributes funds to the Tree Canada National Greening Program in honor of each one of their employees.

  • The train has contributed more than 13,500 trees in British Columbia.

  • Rocky Mountaineer has taken steps to reduce its carbon footprint.

  • Train travel is as much a Z, 80% more efficient than driving.

  • E definitely felt like I was fully alive was I was riding the train.

  • The train really highlighted the incredible diversity and beauty of Western Canada.

  • They are some of the most beautiful landscapes I've ever seen.

  • One was Hell's Gate, which is a part of the Fraser River, where the river just gets squeezed into these very steep, very narrow passages.

  • My favorite site along the whole trip was when the train would curve around one of those robin's egg blue glacial rivers that were just tumbling.

  • It was the only time I almost wish like I was off the training in a kayak.

  • The Rocky Mountaineer service doesn't stop when you get off the train.

  • It's really great about setting up extra excursions and extra day trips for you.

  • When I got off the train was, I took the Banff gondola up to the top of Sulfur Mountain, where I could get 360 degree views of the Rockies from Banff and had some experiences that I could never really have anywhere else.

the Rocky Mountains, especially in Canada, are just all inspiring.

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Rocky Mountaineer: Best in Travel 2021 Sustainable Train Journey

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/29
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