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Published on Thursday, April 15, 2021

Rocky Mountaineer delays start of Canadian Season

Rocky Mountaineer is delaying the start of the' Canadian travel season' until 5 July 2021, due to the continuing travel restrictions and uncertainty of when they will be lifted.
For guests affected by the delayed start to travel in Canada, Rocky Mountaineer is offering several benefits and options, including: providing a' future' travel credit equivalent to 110% of monies paid;' holding its 2021 and 2022 rail pricing at 2020 levels; and providing a price guarantee for its vacation packages to ensure' travellers' can book' a similar' tour at the same price.
 "We are extremely disappointed to be forced to delay the start of our season, but we remain very optimistic about restarting travel in July. Our team is eagerly working to prepare our trains for operations and we all look forward to getting back to what we do best,"' said Peter Armstrong, founder and interim CEO, of Rocky Mountaineer. 
Guests can also choose to transfer their booking to the new route in the US, the Rockies to the Red Rocks, which travels between Denver, Colorado' and Moab, Utah.
Rocky Mountaineer has added more flexibility to its bookings, which allows guests to change their departure dates, or people on the booking, up to 30 days ahead of travel, without charge or penalty. 

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