Catch an unforgettable glimpse into America's storied past as you ride the rails on these rolling museums of steam and steel.
Continental Divide - The Canadian Rockies have never been captured so beautifully. You will ride through the vistas of Lake Louise and Banff on VIA's famous Canadian.
Donner Summit - The treacherous and beautiful 8,000-foot summit of Donner's peak stands watch over Donner’s Pass in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is one of the most difficult climbs in American railroading.
The Surfline – Enjoy a whistle-stop tour of spectacular scenic stretches of sun-drenched Southern California coast that begins in Los Angeles and winds its way down to San Diego.
California Western - Redwood forests, the Pacific coastline, the Sierra Nevada Range and the infamous Donner's Pass. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime tour of the California Western Railroad.
The Blue Mountains - The 200 hard miles of track cross Oregon's valleys, rivers and creeks, and then climbs three summits -- the toughest grades on any of Union Pacific's routes.
Mt. Rainier - The logging railroads are re-lived in the forested Cascade Mountains of the Pacific Northwest.
Great Mississippi - The Soo Line, Burlington Northern, Chicago & Western, Minnesota & Eastern, and Dakota storm their way through the upper Mississippi Valley.
Shenandoah - Visit Virginia's fabled Shenandoah Valley in diesel-powered workhorses that still punch a clock for the Winchester & Western Railroad.
Durango and Silverton - Chasms and curves, crevasses, gorges, and perilous passes. Take a thrill ride on one of the most spectacular train lines in the country.
Cumbres and Toltec - Climb aboard Mikado Steam Locomotive No. 488 for a historic ride on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad over the dramatic landscape of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado.
Rio Grande - Cool trains, passenger trains, freight trains and winter ski trains - one of the most remarkable journeys in the U.S. on the Denver Rio Grande Western.
Union Pacific - Climb aboard Locomotive No. 3967, a coal-burning Challenger equipped with "elephant ear" smoke deflectors, on its 40th Anniversary Steam Excursion run from Denver to Laramie, Wyoming.