From the big, bold mountains of the Canadian Rockies to man-made marvels like the Spiral Tunnels, travelling by train gives guests a unique vantage point over the ever-changing vistas of BC. Watch the scenery blend from verdant farmland east of Vancouver to desert-like landscapes along the Thompson River between Lytton and Kamloops, where rock hoodoo formations stand near mineral-rich, scrub-brush hills. Head north from Kamloops on the Journey through the Clouds route and pass by cascading Pyramid Falls, located north of Blue River. Watch for Mount Robson—the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies at 3,954 metres (12,972 feet)—a mountain so high it has its own weather system at the peak. Or, take the Rainforest to Gold Rush route and feel like you’re gliding across Seton Lake as the train track hugs the mountain walls south of Lillooet.