A journey through the Rocky Mountains isn’t just a trip from point A to point B. It’s a ride you’ll want to savor as best you can by taking in all the views along the way. A new luxury train route is designed to help passengers do just that. Courtesy of Rocky Mountaineer, the Rockies to the Red Rocks journey started operating on August 16, 2021, bringing passengers from Moab, Utah, to Denver, Colorado through Utah’s iconic natural arches and the Rocky Mountains, stopping overnight in Colorado’s Glenwood Springs.
Rocky Mountaineer is known for its glass-domed trains and outdoor viewing platforms. Its aim is to highlight the stunning landscapes it traverses.
The Rocky Mountaineer teases potential with a dreamy description of this unique train ride “Journey through two days of extraordinary landscapes between Moab, Utah and Denver, Colorado. Vast canyons, inspiring deserts, natural archways and enchanting hoodoos are just a start. […] this Rocky Mountaineer rail route is filled with highlights best seen by train, including Ruby Canyon, Mount Logan and crossing the Continental Divide.”
A two-day trip starts at $1,250 per person, including a one-night hotel stay in Glenwood Springs (at either the Glenwood Hotel Colorado, the Hotel Denver or the Glenwood Hot Springs Resort), all meals and drinks.
This year, the Rockies to the Red Rocks trips will run until November 19, 2021. Check out all the trips and offers available this year on the Rocky Mountaineer’s website.